Helo Marietta, Can you send me the file in question? I will take a look at it. If it is a large file, please use this dropbox: http://motherlode.ucar.edu/repository/entry/show/RAMADDA/Unidata/Community/TDS+Dropbox?entryid=1be58742-41bc-451b-8e03-9b6c033a52ad Note that you will not be able to see your file listed after you upload it, but you should get a message confirming the successful upload. Regards, Lansing Madry Unidata Boulder, Colorado > Dear sir or madam, > > I'm Marietta Bloch, a student from Hochschule Karlsruhe - University of > Applied Sciences, Germany. At the moment I am struggling with netCDF. In > this specific GIS-project I have to display REMO climate data > (RE_UBA_A1B_D3_MM_WIND_SPEED_1-1200.nc) with an WMS. I decided to use > ncWMS. My problem is, that ncWMS can't load the data telling me that grid > can't be null. So my question is how can I give my netCDF file a grid? > I also tried using GDAL (gdal_translate) to convert the dataset. What I > noticed: > > gdalinfo tells me my file has two subsets: time_bnds and wind_speed. > > When I do "gdal_translate -of netCDF -sds inputfile.nc outputfile.nc" I get > two files: one contains the time_bnds (output1.nc) and one contains the > wind_speed (output2.nc). But every variable which was wind_speed is now > wind_speed1, wind_speed2...... wind_speed1200. netCDF 4.2 UI tells me it > has a grid now (wherever it came from). I can load output2.nc into ncWMS. > and the images on the map are shown correctly, but now the time attribute > is lost and I have a list containing all the 1200 bands as single layers > (left side in godiva2). > > Can you help me solving my problem? > > Do you think the REMO dataset is incorrect? > > How can it be, that it gets a grid through gdal_translate? > > How do I give my netCDF file a grid without splitting it or changing > anything else? > > I am looking forward to your answer! > > Kind regards > Marietta Bloch > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: OYO-361040 Department: Support netCDF Java Priority: Normal Status: Open
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