When you say "open it locally" you are, I assume, referring to a netcdf-4 formatted .nc file. This works with netcdf-c ok because the names do not have '/' in them. It is only when accessing a file with groups on a server that you will see slashes in the DAP dds names and that is what causes the problems. >Anyways my goal is that the files should work both as dods data source and >local data source. If you use the Java client it should work ok. A netcdf-c client (like ncdump or nccopy) will not work if the original file is in fact a netcdf-4 formatted file. =Dennis Heimbigner Unidata Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: BPK-422270 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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