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20000505: ETX in NOAAPORT feed


Yes, the ingest software here checks to make sure the last 4 bytes
are cr cr nl etx. And if necessary will add the missing ETX or
all 4 characters as needed.

Steve Chiswell
Unidata User Support

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>For the NOAAPORT data stream on the IDD do you find many of the WFO
>products missing the ETX
>character at the end of the products?
>On our NOAAPORT ingest into LDM I've noticed the metar and UA data have
>SOH and ETX, but that
>now/afd/zone products are missing the ETX.  I talked to a person in the
>AWIPS Program Office
>who indicated the NWS recently upgraded software at NOAA Weather Wire
>Uplinks to add the ETX
>character.  He couldn't verify the ETX was missing.
>Does the NOAAPORT ingest software used by the IDD check for a ETX, and
>if its missing add a
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