The NetCDF's intention was to use the single mimetype to cover both
versions and make the version an transparent detail. Since the NetCDF
library (and NetCDF-java) handle the different versions transparently, I'm
curious: what is your use case for continuing to return netcdf 3 files?
On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 1:27 PM, Aaron Braeckel <braeckel@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> an earlier thread was asking about the official netCDF mime type:
> This is pretty straightforward, but not as clear when it relates to netCDF
> 4. I use web services that need to both advertise file formats through a
> mime type as well as allow for data to be requested in a variety of formats
> through a mime type. Is there a suggested way of discriminating between
> netCDF 3 and 4 through mime types?
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