This form converts a simple textual table into metadata elements that can be selected from the web browser and pasted into a metadata record. The table should have one value and definition per line, like this:
A1: Steak sauce B4: Previous time period CU: Parting phraseNote the colon character between each value and its definition. You can use a space if all of the values are single words, and you can use a tab, hyphen, or equal sign. Also you can put any number of spaces before the value, or between the value and its definition:
A1 Steak sauce B4 Previous time period CU Parting phraseThe form rewrites each line as an Enumerated_Domain like this:
Attribute_Domain_Values: Enumerated_Domain: Enumerated_Domain_Value: A1 Enumerated_Domain_Value_Definition: Steak sauce Enumerated_Domain: Enumerated_Domain_Value: B4 Enumerated_Domain_Value_Definition: Previous time period Enumerated_Domain: Enumerated_Domain_Value: CU Enumerated_Domain_Value_Definition: Parting phraseYou can select the output text using your mouse and paste it into a suitable metadata editor (Xtme or Tkme, for example), or into a text editor if that's how you create metadata.
You can also add a third column in the input text to indicate the value that should be assigned to Enumerated_Domain_Value_Definition_Source.