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[IDD #ZAJ-781418]: Imglist set of data exceeding McIDAS count limit



Hi Mary Ellen,

Sorry for the slow reply to your inquiry...

re:
> I've convinced myself I'm remembering incorrectly. I don't think there is
> a work around the 10K limit using DIRFILE.

I was under the impression that the 9999 limit on datasets of AREA files
was only when the beginning and ending AREA file numbers were specified
when creating the ADDE dataset with DSSERVE (dsserve.k).  The whole
purpose for being able to describe a set of files that comprise a named
ADDE dataset via the regular expression specified in the DIRFILE= keyword
was to eliminate the 9999 member restriction (I know because I was the
one that implemented this way of defining ADDE datasets, and my objective
was to get rid of the 9999 member limit!).

Before I go code diving to see where the mistaken logic is, please verify
that:

- ls /data/msg_remap/*msg_* | wc -l

  is >= 10K

- re-verify that you get a message telling you that there are too many
  elements in your ADDE dataset when DIRFILE='/data/msg_remap/*msg_*'

TIA...

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: ZAJ-781418
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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