>From: Paul Hamer <address@hidden> >Organization: NOAA/FSL >Keywords: 200508102319.j7ANJ9jo027786 LDM Java JNI product queue Hi Paul, I apologize for not getting back to you on this last week... >Would Unidata be interested in a Java/JNI interface to the LDM product >queue? We would certainly be interested in taking a look at what you have developed! >In the group I work for at FSL we've always used LDM and actually try to get >more out of it than is published. We love that about you guys :-) >To that end I've already developed C, C++ >libraries to map directly to the product queue and give developers abit more >information about the data that you can easily get from pipe/file etc. Interesting. When Steve Emmerson, the Unidata LDM developer, returns from travel (tomorrow or Friday) and gets caught up, I am sure that he will drop you a line about these developments. >To take that a step further I've implemented a similar interface in Java >using JNI to handle the calls to the product queue from the ldm libraries. > >We've always found this framework for use of LDM useful and I was >wondering if Unidata would be interested in distributing it. I think that before committing to distributing your work we need to take a look at what you have done and see how it might fit in with our LDM and possibly THREDDS work. I am CCing Steve on this reply so that he will have some background in what is available. I will be out pretty much unavailable for the entire week next week (on travel through Thursday, and meetings on Friday). Thanks for letting us know about the Java JNI interface to the LDM queue! Cheers, Tom Yoksas -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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