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[IDV #RRG-291791]: RADAR FILES!



Hi Jennifer-

> Full Name: Jennifer Vogt
> Email Address: address@hidden
> Organization: University of Wyoming
> Package Version: 2.6 build date:2008-12-24 20:03 UTC
> Operating System: Windows XP
> Hardware: Java: home: \\batcivet\atscapps\IDV_2.6\windows\jre version: 
> 1.6.0_11 j3d:1.5.2 fcs (build4)
> Description of problem: There was an error loading the data:
> Error creating data source:FILE.RADAR with: [Ljava.lang.String;@1e47f9d
> null
> Cant read Z:/cloudgps/may21/KCYS/KCYS_level2/KCYS20080521_220210.Z: not a 
> valid NetCDF file.

Thanks for the sample file.  I was able to read it in 2.6, 2.6u2, and 2.7b1
so I'm a bit stumped.

One thing could be that the uncompression of the file didn't work and you
are looking at a bad copy of the uncompressed file.  To read these,
the IDV has to uncompress them into a temporary directory.  These
will be stored in your home directory under the
.unidata/idv/DefaultIdv/tmp/nj22 directory.

I would suggest looking in that directory and deleting the temporary
file.  Look for one that has the pattern of your file name.  Directories
are encoded so it will look something like:

Z%3A%2Fcloudgps%2Fmay21%2Fmay21%2FKCYS_level2%2FKCYS20080521_212752

These temporary files get deleted over time, so if you are working
with these data alot, you might want to uncompress the original files
first so the IDV doesn't have to.

Another possibility is that you have a disk quota set on your
home directory and that is causing the uncompression to fail.

Try uncompressing a file that doesn't work now and see if you can
read it in.

Don

> ******************
> Stack trace:
> visad.VisADException: Cant read 
> Z:/cloudgps/may21/may21/KCYS_level2/KCYS20080521_220210.Z: not a valid NetCDF 
> file.
> at ucar.unidata.data.radar.CDMRadarAdapter.init(CDMRadarAdapter.java:381)
> at ucar.unidata.data.radar.CDMRadarAdapter.<init>(CDMRadarAdapter.java:179)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.data.radar.CDMRadarDataSource.makeRadarAdapter(CDMRadarDataSource.java:461)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.data.radar.RadarDataSource.makeAdapters(RadarDataSource.java:282)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.data.radar.RadarDataSource.getAdapters(RadarDataSource.java:246)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.data.radar.RadarDataSource.getRadarAdapters(RadarDataSource.java:484)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.data.radar.CDMRadarDataSource.doMakeDataChoices(CDMRadarDataSource.java:245)
> at ucar.unidata.data.DataSourceImpl.getDataChoices(DataSourceImpl.java:1725)
> at ucar.unidata.data.DataManager.createDataSource(DataManager.java:1472)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.idv.IntegratedDataViewer.createDataSource(IntegratedDataViewer.java:1945)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.idv.IntegratedDataViewer.makeDataSource(IntegratedDataViewer.java:1862)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.idv.IntegratedDataViewer.makeDataSource(IntegratedDataViewer.java:1796)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.idv.IntegratedDataViewer.makeDataSource(IntegratedDataViewer.java:1769)
> at ucar.unidata.idv.chooser.IdvChooser.makeDataSource(IdvChooser.java:839)
> at 
> ucar.unidata.idv.chooser.Level2RadarChooser.selectFilesInner(Level2RadarChooser.java:257)
> at ucar.unidata.idv.chooser.FileChooser.selectFiles(FileChooser.java:501)
> at ucar.unidata.idv.chooser.FileChooser.doLoadInThread(FileChooser.java:523)
> at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
> at 
> sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)
> at 
> sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25)
> at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:597)
> at ucar.unidata.util.Misc$2.run(Misc.java:1010)
> at ucar.unidata.util.Misc$3.run(Misc.java:1038)
> 
> 
> 


Ticket Details
===================
Ticket ID: RRG-291791
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open


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