>From: Bill Fingerhut <address@hidden> >Organization: Lyndon State College >Keywords: 200003231451.HAA00534 McIDAS-X UCC PTCON XSECTG cron MDX Bill, re:I would like to get a copy of the file with the THAE grids in it so I can trace down this bug in XSECTG. Can you make this available? >Of course. Just tell me how you want to do this. I assume one of us >will do an FTP? If you can put the file somewhere on a disk that I can FTP to and give me the user name and password for the FTP (anonymous FTP would be best), then I will grab it and see what I can see. >BTW, here is some more info. I exit and restart McIdas after the >window crash described above. Then I 'get' grids of T computed with >UCC on the server by a script run from the cron, and call XSECTG. >A cross section is drawn without problem. OK. So the T grids are OK. >Then, I copy the XSECTG command with the mouse and paste at prompt. >I edit GRIDF=2001 to GRIDF=2002, which is where the THAE grids are >saved during the previous McIDAS session. Enter the command, and >I get the desired cross section of THAE without any problems! Hmm... Can you give me the scenario that causes the window crash? It seems from this comment that if I FTP the file, I will not have any problems. re: reporting on problems with UCC grids being passed to XSECTG >I did not send it to support; your memory is still okay. Phew! >I turned >to PTCON because the quantity was easy to compute, and I thought I >should learn to use PTCON. This was a good move. I have been pressing SSEC to finish their ADDE routines so that I can _finally_ move Unidata McIDAS sites to full use of ADDE. I don't know why they don't think that this is an important thing to do. Tom
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