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Re: Guidelines for Mersea Data Provider: Quick OpenDAP Installation & Configuration Guide

Frederique Blanc wrote:

Dear all

This document has been written within the scope of Mersea (http://www.mersea.eu.org <http://www.mersea.eu.org/>)

It gives guidelines (our feedback) to Mersea data provider on which OpenDAP to select, how to find easily the information as well as our feedback on the Grads and Aggregation Data Server (GDS and AS) for installation, configuration & Mersea federating operations.

It is in a draft version and *we still are in an iteration process to produce a good reference document. *For any correction or enhancements, please iterate with address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden> and help us improve this reference document.

The current release of the document is available at http://w3.mersea.eu.org/html/remote_sensing/framework.html#distribution where you will find also all information on our

common unified framework for product coherency and standardisation which is needed to facilitate the visibility, understanding and exchange of the ocean observing data.

Thank your for your feedback

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Frederique Blanc

CLS, Direction Océanographie Spatiale
Département Produits et Services
8-10 rue Hermes,
31526 Ramonville-St-Agne, Cedex, France

Email: address@hidden
Tel: (+33) (0) 561 394 768
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<http://www.mercator-ocean.fr/>http://www.mersea.eu.org <http://www.mersea.eu.org/>

Hi Frederique:

FYI, we plan to replace the Aggregation Server with equivilent functionality in the THREDDS Data Server, probably in the next 6 months. The configuration will be somewhat different and hopefully easier. We will not support the AS after that point, and encourage people to wait if possible.


John Caron

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