Not as long but the same idea:
Put it into your browser to see the result. The data are not gridded.
On Jul 1, 2012, at 3:56 PM, Jeff McWhirter wrote:
> If 20% of the request will require a POST, then my client needs to code for
> that. Again, I give the Matlab example, I can no longer count on using
> "url.write". Also, while I have seen a number of "implementations" of some
> OGC services that use GET, the standard usually calls for a POST. If i don't
> write to the standard, then it is no longer a standard. IOOS ran into this
> with their initial SOS service, they created a GET version, but then of
> course this no longer followed the SOS standard at that time
> I think we're barking up the wrong tree here. You can fit a whole lot of
> parameters into a standard GET request, e.g., here is an image generated by
> RAMADDA's IDV grid displays plugin:
> (source is here:
> Most likely people doing service requests to a data server are going to need
> to specify far fewer parameters.
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