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20050412:LDM two differnet feeds, same name feed type



Hi Mark,

No problems.....ingest away.

They will not have the same MD5checksum, and will be unique, so no
stepping on each other.

On disconnects, it will only go back to the latest prod on the EXP feed
type, and start again..so a possibility exists, that upon a disconnect,
some product(s) may get lost, but with a stable connection..no problems
should be anticipated.

Cheers,

Jeff
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> >Subject: LDM two differnet feeds, same name feed type
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> >Keywords: 200504122207.j3CM7lv2011556
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> Hello,
>
> Here at SoM, we recieve the OKmesonet via LDM using the feedtype
> EXP. We are wanting to ingest as well the West TX mesonet data on
> the same server, but they too use EXP for their feedtype. Will this
> be an issue?
>
> mjl
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