patrick, forgot to send the thredds perl servers, they are attached. only documentation is inside the code. basically they work off the dir structure created via *Writer programs from the decoders release. it shouldn't be hard to implement. also there is a THREDDScgi.cfg configuration file to tailor the scripts to your machine dir structure etc. robb... On Fri, 21 Jan 2005, Patrick L. Francis wrote: > > robb, > > chiz mentioned to me awhile ago that you have a decoder > setup to parse incoming text data by zone, that may be > modifiable to be used by state... long story short, I have > a few servers laying around that can be made productive... > my ultimate goal is to have an iwin-type interface with > the text data.. for example... here: > > http://weather.bgsu.edu/warnings.shtml > > wouldn't it be nice if a user could select their state, and > pull up associated warnings etc.. by state (in simple text format) > instead of the way i have it now, showing all warnings. > > if can help would be grateful :) > > --patrick > =============================================================================== Robb Kambic Unidata Program Center Software Engineer III Univ. Corp for Atmospheric Research address@hidden WWW: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/ ===============================================================================
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