Rob, you expressed interest in installing the Thredds Data Server for the idd datasets. we are not at the point of distributing the TDS yet as we are working on testing, documentation, etc. we are working on TDS configurations too, actually it's the directory structure of the data. could you send an outline of your data dirs and if possible the pqact.conf file for the ldm. what we are doing is looking for some standard data dir patterns. also could you comment on how your data dir structure was built? now here's a big question, would you be willing to change your data dir structure if there was some benefit of receiving more information about the data and easier configurations? changing hats, for the TDS installation it needs the installation of tomcat 5.0.28 on the same machine. would you be willing to install tomcat? currently, there are alpha docs at: http://motherlode.ucar.edu:8088/thredds/docs we are interested in your comments. thanks for your time, robb... On Tue, 5 Jul 2005, Unidata Support wrote: > > ------- Forwarded Message > > >To: address@hidden > >From: Rob Cermak <address@hidden> > >Subject: Re: THREDDS Data Server release plans > >Organization: UAF > >Keywords: 200507012111.j61LBVjo022867 THREDDS > > > We will concentrate at first on making the THREDDS Data Server work with > > the IDD data. We are looking for a few IDD sites to test this server and > > provide redundant access to the IDD data. Please contact > > address@hidden if you are interested. > > We would like to participate in this project and would go a long way to > reaching a lot of our organizations goals for data delivery and > redistribution of datasets to interested parties in Alaska. Once the > THREDDS server is operational, build the display subsystem on top of it as > a primary data source. > > > After that phase, we would like to start working with all of our THREDDS > > partners to install this server at your sites, and configure and enhance > > your catalogs. We expect that there will be a number of new features we > > will need to add as we encounter new datasets. > > > We would like to know what features are a priority for you over the next > > year. Please send your thoughts to address@hidden > > > > Thank you for your continuing patience in this long development process. > > Its actually quite fun to see all these applications evolve over time. > Been quite the horse race with NetCDF 4, OpenDap, LAS, MapServer & clones, > THREDDS and now Galeon adding Web Coverage Server (WCS 1.0) support to > THREDDS. > > A particular 'wish-list' feature would be to have the Thredds data server > also talk to a relational database using PostGIS. The most common being > Postgres + PostGIS. A number of open source projects now have the ability > to use shape information from PostGIS rather than flat shape files. > Adding WMS and WFS services to Thredds...? > > Turn IDV into a full GIS system? or help this project add analysis > to their existing GIS java system: uDIG > http://udig.refractions.net/confluence/display/UDIG/Home > > The item on your wish list is also on ours: > > * create aggregation services for point/station observation datasets. > > Another hot item on the wish list is being able to work with rotated > grids. Monotonic grids in lat/lon are already working perfectly. > However, if the point observation datasets work, we can simply turn the > rotated grid into points and feed these using this facility. > > --- > > Rob Cermak : 907-474-7948 : FAX 907-474-7204 : PGP = 0x75869A6E > Alaska Ocean Observing System : Data Management > School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences : University of Alaska Fairbanks > address@hidden : address@hidden > address@hidden : address@hidden > > -- > 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. > > ------- End of Forwarded Message > =============================================================================== 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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