Hi Jeff, yes that solved it, thank you.
I should have pointed out that my older config was using standalone
Tomcat. Our web server changed to Apache with Tomcat behind it (using
mod_jk for comms). I added this
Header set Accept-Ranges bytes
to my jk.conf file and bounced Apache and IDV loaded the nc file over
http just great.
I actually was a bit puzzled that, even though I 'forward' all
requests matching a certain url pattern, in my case '/uwme/*" over to
Tomcat, I still needed the Apache tweak above. Perhaps Tomcat was
generating the header but then Apache was dropping it?
On Mar 17, 2008, at 3:33 PM, Jeff McWhirter wrote:
In the past I have used IDV to load and view data from a netcdf
file (CF-compliant) accessed over http (I use Tomcat as the web
server, not that that should matter). this is NOT an opendap
server in any way.
This is probably a http server configuration. To access netcdf files
via http you need to have byte ranges turned on on your server:
Now, in IDV 2.4, this is failing. I get this error:
java.io.IOException: Server does not support byte Ranges