Re: [thredds] FMRC aggregations with two dates in the filename

Hi Jon,

The FMRC code always determines the valid time of the data by opening
the data file and looking at the time coordinates for the data. The run
time, on the other hand, needs to be given either in the file name or
elsewhere in the data, in a global attribute for instance.

How is the run time encoded in these files? Can you send us some example



On 6/22/2010 3:02 PM, Jon Blower wrote:
> Hi,
> We have a potential issue in MyOcean that filenames typically contain
> two dates, representing the start and end validity times of data within
> the file.  When creating an FMRC aggregation the filename is usually
> parsed to get the run time, but this parsing is hard when the file name
> contains two dates/times, both of which vary between files, e.g.
> ""
>  .
> Is there a workaround for this?  See
> Cheers, Jon
> --
> Dr Jon Blower
> Technical Director, Reading e-Science Centre
> Environmental Systems Science Centre
> University of Reading

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