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

Hi again Elmer,

Quick update to correct a typo:

dsserve.k ADD LOC/GINI GINI TYPE=IMAGE DIRFILE=composite_\* \"Unidata Nexrad 
Level III N0R composite

The other thing about defining this dataset is it would be better to specify the
directory portion of the names of files that will comprise the dataset.  For
instance, assume that the pngg2gini decoded files are stored in 
and are all named with a to look like 'composite_ccyymmdd_hhmm', then the
DSSERVE command to create a dataset that contains images in GINI format would
look like:

dsserve.k ADD LOC/GINI GINI TYPE=IMAGE DIRFILE=/data/mcidas/gini/composite_\* 
\"Unidata Nexrad Level III N0R composite images

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

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