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[McIDAS #WPI-477280]: imadisp dataset problem



Hi George,

Sorry for the slow reply, we have been in meetings for the past two days...

re:
> Thanks a lot.

No worries.

re:
> I got a error message when I run the script to remap the image to MERC
> projection:
> 
> <address@hidden:1124>$ M.sh
> $sjuliandate=2011164 $ejuliandate=2011165
> $vis=192 G-13 IMG 14 JUN 11165 19:45:00 0 72 1
> imgremap.k: transformations complete ... begin data move
> Transferring AREA data outbound, bytes= 308128
> imgremap.k: Failed to remap the image
> $vis=imglist.k: done
> 
> The script is as following:
> #!/bin/bash
> cd `pwd`
> sjuliandate=`date -d yesterday +%Y%j`
> ejuliandate=`date -d today +%Y%j`
> echo \$sjuliandate=$sjuliandate \$ejuliandate=$ejuliandate
> 
> imglist.k RTIMAGES/GE-VIS.ALL DAY=$sjuliandate $ejuliandate |tail -25
> >visible.txt
> imglist.k RTIMAGES/GE-VIS.ALL DAY=$sjuliandate $ejuliandate |tail -2
> >visible.txt
> 
> #exit
> while read vis;do
> echo \$vis=$vis
> if [[ $vis = [0-9]* ]]; then
> day=`echo $vis|cut -f6 -d" "`
> time=`echo $vis|cut -f7 -d" "`
> mcenv <<EOF
> imgremap.k RTIMAGES/GE-VIS RTIMAGES/GE-VIS.400 DAY=$day TIME=$time LATLON=50
> 82 PRO=MERC
> #imgremap.k RTIMAGES/GE-VIS.ALL RTIMAGES/GE-VIS.400 DAY=$day TIME=$time
> STATION=CXGH PRO=MERC 50
> exit 0
> EOF
> fi
> done<visible.txt
> echo ------DONE-------
> 
> I don't know what's wrong.

The first thing that jumps to mind is that you are trying to create a new
element in the RTIMAGES dataset and perhaps that dataset is not local to
your machine, or if it is, there are not 400 elements in the dataset as
defined.

I suggest creating a new, output dataset into which your image copies
(IMGCOPY), remaps (IMGREMAP), etc. will be copied:

<as the user running McIDAS>
cd $MCDATA
dsserve.k ADD MYDATA/IMAGES AREA 1 9999 \"All images in AREA format

Now, specify the output of the IMGREMAP as MYDATA/IMAGES.400 (after
making sure that you have no file named AREA0400 already in existence
in any directory in the MCPATH defined for your user).

re:
> Thanks again for your help.

No worries.  Please let me know if the above helped.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: WPI-477280
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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