Application for an account
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If you applying for a COARE account for the first time, you can submit your account application by accomplishing the COARE Account Application Form. The whole process of account application is detailed in the COARE First-Time User Account Application Process. If you are an existing user with an expired account, you can request for your account to be renewed by going through the COARE Account Renewal process.
Account expiry and renewal
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Only active users will be able to access and use the COARE and the COARE Services. Once your account has expired, you will no longer be able to access the COARE and your data again. After 3 months, data of expired accounts will be removed from the COARE. To be able to use the COARE Services and access all your data stored in the COARE again, you need to request for your COARE account to be renewed.
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COARE users are given three (3) months to utilize their account from the time their credentials have been provided. This 3-month access can be renewed upon approval of application for account renewal.
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To guide you in renewing your expired account, please check the COARE Account Renewal process.
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Your account renewal may have been rejected because you were not able to comply with the renewal application requirements. In this case, the COARE Team will inform you of the adjustments that need to be addressed. What you can do is follow the recommendations of the COARE Team in adjusting your application and then re-submit your account renewal application.
Accessing the COARE
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A downtime is the period of time when the COARE or the COARE Services are not available during its agreed Service Availability. It is best to limit your activities involving the COARE prior to a scheduled downtime. The COARE Team will send an announcement when the COARE will be undergoing a downtime or the COARE Services will be unavailable. Instructions concerning the downtime should be available in our announcements. For scheduled downtime, a one-week notice will be sent to COARE users.
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You can generate a new key by following these instructions here. Then, send your public key to the COARE Service Desk (coareservicedesk@asti.dost.gov.ph). Please DO NOT send your private key.
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You may choose to copy your key pairs from your main device to another device or you can generate a new one then send the public key to the COARE Service Desk (coareservicedesk@asti.dost.gov.ph).
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When the user accesses the server remotely, the user is recognized and allowed access by the registered public key because it can identify its unique pairing with the private key. Secure Shell protocol (SSH) allows for a secure, password-less remote access. SSH keys (private-public key pair) are used to access the COARE. Learn how to generate your SSH keys here.
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Datasets published in the Data Catalog are accessible to Data Catalog End Users. If you're not yet an End User, you can register for an account by following the instructions here.
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You can apply as a Data Owner to publish your datasets in the COARE Data Catalog. For more information, click here.
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For Windows OS users, you may generate SSH keys in two ways:​
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One reason for this is that your COARE account may have already expired. If your account has expired, your access to the COARE would have already expired as well. If you wish to access the COARE again, you can request for your account to be renewed by going through the COARE Account Renewal Process.If you are sure that your account has not expired yet but you are still unable to access the COARE, log an incident ticket here or email us at gridops@asti.dost.gov.ph.
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Created by superadmin on Fri, 02/28/2020, 6:32 PM