On Feb 15, 2012, at 15:46, John Caron wrote:
you can set it globally (for CDM library) with:
the GribGridServiceProvider.setIndexAlwaysInCache() allowed one to set it for just grib files, but no one used it that was AFAIK.
will that suffice for you?
I do have DiskCache.setCachePolicy (true) in my code, along with a call to DiskCache.setRootDirectory(somepath), and it gets called during program initialization. However, the gbx9 and ncx files are still appearing in the same directory as the grib file rather than in the somepath directory.
i thought i fixed that. are you using the latest version?
Checking my old e-mail with you and Robb K, it looks like I was having the same problem two years ago, and calling GribGridServiceProvider.setIndexAlwaysInCache() was apparently the only way to get the GRIB temporary files to be written to the same cache directory as for other files that NJ might need to write.
BTW: Something else I was running into last night is that the discussion of runtime loading of GRIB tables and lookup lists at http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/netcdf-java/reference/RuntimeLoading.html doesn't seem to have been updated for the latest NJ-4.3. I was getting compiler/linker complaints because classes couldn't be found to be imported.
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