There are a few different aspects to netCDF-Java and TDS support for
NcML (listed below). I believe the first is where your Panoply and IDV
1) The netCDF-Java library can open an NcML file as a dataset. That NcML
can fully define the dataset or it can modify an existing dataset.
2) The TDS can make the dataset defined by some NcML available through
the various TDS services. The NcML can be included in or referenced by a
TDS configuration catalog.
3) The service Dave mentioned returns a (possibly enhanced) NcML
representation of a dataset.
Hope that clarifies things.
On 3/16/2011 8:11 PM, David.Neufeld@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hi James,
> The NCML service was exposed via ncISO and does rely on the netcdf-
> java lib. Let me know if you have specific questions.
> Thanks, Dave
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Gallagher James <jgallagher@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 3:36 pm
>> Subject: [thredds] NCML Service
>>> I'd like to learn more about the NCML service - we've had some
>>> support questions come in about Panoply and IDV reading NCML
>>> our servers and I'm wondering how they are using the NCML and if
>>> can use this feature in another project we're working on.
>>> I assume this is a client-side feature of the netcdf-java lib -
>>> but I'm posting here because it seems to be a service of the
>>> James Gallagher
>>> jgallagher at opendap.org
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