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[IDV #HTH-766860]: old paths during launch of new IDV version



> Dear IDV support,
> 
> To follow up on my message below, I am trying to launch IDV following the 
> guidelines Iâve previoulsy authored below:
> 

> 
> There are additional steps following #3 above, however after launching (2.a) 
> IDV does not create the âMap Viewâ panel (only the âDashboardâ).  
> Attempting step (3.a) results in IDV freezing, and requiring me to âForce 
> Quitâ on my IMac Pro workstation.
> 
> Note that IDV previously ran flawlessly on my older Mac Pro tower desktop 
> workstation.
> 
> Please also note that a UniData software engineer created a custom .jar file 
> for use in my IDV application.  Itâs called ârotateradar.jarâ, and 
> itâs two content files âderived.xmlâ and âjython.pyâ are listed at 
> the bottom of this email.  Rotateradar.jar enables an optional user-input 
> rotation angle to be applied to IDV-displayed Dorade radar sweep files.  The 
> ability to vary the sweep rotation angle is fundamental to matching radar 
> tall-tower echo locations to mapped/displayed tall tower locations, and is 
> critically important for deployed mobile radar orientation angles to yield 
> data relative to true North (called ânorthingâ).   Rotateradar.jar is 
> essential for radar research and must be forward-compatible with more 
> recent/current IDV builds.  Is Rotateradar.jar forward-compatible with the 
> current IDV build?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Conrad


> 
Hi Conrad,

The Rotateradar jar file should be compatible with the current version IDV.

Yuan


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: HTH-766860
Department: Support IDV
Priority: High
Status: Open
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