On Wed, 2004-11-03 at 17:30, Tennessee James Leeuwenburg wrote: > I am able to server local netCDF files from the current version of the > Thredds server. I have been struggling to get remote files working, so > my understanding may be flawed, but as far as I can tell, this is how > things work. > > Thredds uses a "service" to work out how to fetch your data. Each data > set has a "service" which you specify by "name" which says how the data > should be fetched. You can have a "NetCDF" serviceType for NetCDF data, > or "DODS" for data fetched from a DODS server. The "base" for local > netCDF files should point to a directory on your filesystem, including > any trailing "/". Thanks for the info. I've set up several Aggregation Servers, but always using OPeNDAP servers, never using local netCDF files. One question: the "base"; that pathname is usually relative in the examples I've seen. Relative to what? James -- __________________________________________________________________________ James Gallagher OPeNDAP, Inc. address@hidden http://www.opendap.org Voice/Fax: 406.723.8663
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