Hi Brian, We don't provide a native C# library, and I am not familiar with the error code you're seeing. A little bit of research suggests that the problem isn't an invalid library but rather the way in which the library is being linked against. The best reference I could find appears to be a bit dated, but is perhaps a good place to start: * https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7080447/i-want-a-solution-for-this-please-make-sure-that-the-file-is-accessible-and-th I'd be happy to help you build a version using the Visual Studio C compiler, although we have not yet tested it with the newest 2017 community edition. I have no reason to believe it won't work, however. In order to build netCDF in Windows, you will need to install cmake (http://cmake.org) and hdf5 (if you need netCDF4 support, http://hdfgroup.org). Once these are installed, I can help you get netCDF installed as well. I hope this helps, -Ward > Hi my name is Brian McDevitt and I am an intern at NASA Goddard Space > Flight Center. For the project I am working on I am using Microsoft's > Scientific DataSet library in order to read data from .nc files in C# > scripts. In order to read netcdf data I need to add a reference to > the netcdf.dll. Microsoft Scientific DataSet provides one for netcdf4 > however when I try to add a reference to it in Visual Studios it says to > "check that it is a valid assembly or COM component". I have tried to > download the prebuilt Windows library from your website and use that > instead and I run into the same problem. I have also tried to build my > own library from the source code, but could not follow the instructions. > > Is there a prebuilt library somewhere where I can download that would > work with Visual Studios 2017 C#? If not could you help me out with > building my own from the source? > > Thanks, > Brian > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: KVZ-364542 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed =================== NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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