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Re: Serving local netCDF files though DODS



McCann, Mike wrote:

Hello,

I am trying to serve local netCDF files through the agg server and access
them through the DODS API.  It is not working.

Have you installed a DODS server and link these netCDF files to this server? According
to this configure file the serviceType is DODS, you need a DODS server. AGG server is
based on DODS server, hope this will not confuse you.


Yuan



Here is the contents of my dodsC/catalogConfig.xml file:

<!DOCTYPE catalog SYSTEM 
"http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/projects/THREDDS/xml/AggServerCatalog.dtd";>
<catalog name="THREDDS - DODS Aggregation Server Catalog" version="0.6" 
xmlns="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/thredds"; xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink";>
        <dataset name="AUVCTD mission netCDF files" serviceName="this">
                <service name="this" serviceType="DODS" base=""/>
                <service name="local" serviceType="NetCDF" 
base="file:///C:/iagdata/ssds/data/auvctd/missionnetcdfs/"/>
                <dataset name="Non-Aggregated Netcdf Files" dataType="Grid" 
serviceName="this">
                        <property name="internalService" value="local"/>
                        <dataset name="2004/2004029/2004.029.03/parosci.nc" 
urlPath="2004/2004029/2004.029.03/parosci.nc"/>
                </dataset>
        </dataset>
</catalog>

It validates and passes the debug test, yet when I click on any of the DDS or 
DAS
links I get this in my browser:

 kDODServlet ERROR: dods.servlet.DODSServlet.getDataset(Ldods/servlet/ReqState; 
Ldods/servlet/GuardedDataset;

I don't see any helpful messages in the log files.

What am I doing wrong? Even some suggestions as to how I may do my own debugging will be helpful.

-Mike


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