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[ldmMcidas #XGX-360555]: decoding FNEXRAD 1 km N0R composite images

Hi Elmer,

Sorry for the tardy reply.  I am hosting a McIDAS training workshop at the 
and am not able to look at email until the evening...

> Finally got the new ldm and decoders up and running.  The incoming files
> seem to decode. A command line input of  pngg2gini -vxl- -f
> {datapath}/{file-name} {outputname} gives
> Aug 09 11:59:12 pngg2gini[30304]: Starting Up
> in GiniFileName
> area: NEXRCOMP
> band: N0R
> res:  1km
> in ReplaceToken
> in ReplaceToken
> in ReplaceToken
> in ReplaceToken
> Aug 09 11:59:12 pngg2gini[30304]: output file pathname: AREA8000
> Aug 09 11:59:12 pngg2gini[30304]: unPNG::  2524522  14208533  5.6282
> Aug 09 11:59:12 pngg2gini[30304]: Exiting

Hmm...  The fact that you named the output file AREA8000 has me a bit

> but then when I try to do an imgcopy to turn the gini area into mcidas
> area file I get error messages.
> imgcopy.k LOC/POS.8000 RDA/1KMBREF SIZE=ALL
> imgcopy.k: BAND=ALL is invalid for a non-native UNIT=
> imgcopy.k: done
> tried it a second time without the size and got
> imgcopy.k LOC/POS.8000 RDA/1KMBREF
> imgcopy.k: Units requested are not available for this image
> imgcopy.k: done
> any idea what I'm doing wrong now?

Not really.  I would have a better chance of helping if I knew how you
created your LOC and RDA datasets.  Please send the output of:

dsserve.k LIST LOC
dsserve.k LIST RDA


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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: XGX-360555
Department: Support ldm-mcidas
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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