>From: Unidata Mcidas Account <address@hidden> >Organization: UPRM >Keywords: 200201280245.g0S2j9x28031 McIDAS WXTLIST RTWXTEXT Luis, > For a couple of days now we've been having trouble with our weather >text feed. For some reason when it does the wxtlist.k command it returns >an error saying "No matches found". > >address@hidden:~/scripts/wxtxt$ wxtlist.k APRO=SFP ASTN=PR >No matches found >wxtlist.k: done > > I have looked around, but I don't know what's wrong. Thank you for >your help. I just pointed my McIDAS-X session at atmos.uprm.edu for the dataset RTWXTEXT: DATALOC ADD RTWXTEXT atmos.uprm.edu and ran your wxtlist.k command from the command window in a McIDAS-X session: WXTLIST APRO=SFP ASTN=PR and got the output I was expecting: FPCA62 TJSJ 281541 AAA 2002028 1548 SFPPR STATE FORECAST FOR PUERTO RICO AND THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS...UPDATED NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JUAN PR 1141 AM AST MON JAN 28 2002 UPDATE FOR THIS AFTERNOON FOR CLOUDINESS AND PRECIPITATION PRZ001>013-282200- PUERTO RICO- 1141 AM AST MON JAN 28 2002 .THIS AFTERNOON...MOSTLY CLOUDY AND BREEZY. SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS PASSING SHOWERS. HIGHS FROM 70 TO AROUND 75 MOUNTAINS RANGING TO 80 TO AROUND 85 ELSEWHERE...EXCEPT LOCALLY 85 TO AROUND 90 SOUTH AND WEST COASTS. .TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. WIDELY SCATTERED PASSING SHOWERS. BREEZY ... So, either your problem has cleared itself up, or your McIDAS session is pointed at an ADDE server other than atmos.uprm.edu that is having problems with the weather text data. To check to see who you are using as the ADDE server for weather text inquiries, run the following (assumed to be from 'mcidas' account since the output you sent said "address@hidden:~/ ...): cd workdata dataloc.k LIST RTWXTEXT If this does not return with ATMOS.UPRM.EDU, then change who you are pointing at: dataloc.k ADD RTWXTEXT atmos.uprm.edu and retry the wxtlist.k command you listed above. Please let me know if you continue to have problems. Tom >From address@hidden Thu Jan 31 15:01:18 2002 >Subject: Re: 20020127: Weather Text at UPRM Tom, Hello. The problem is now fixed. It fixed itself and we started receiving the weather text products the morning after I emailed you. Thank you for your quick response. Luis Munoz System Administrator Caribbean Climate Center @ UPRM
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