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Re: 20050927: Some general question about thredds/opendap


Thank you for this! It is my understanding that ADDE/OpenADDE may indeed get a Java implementation in the future.

My hope is that someday to have the Antarctic data holdings that we have be available via THREDDS, and via ADDE might be the best way. (We already offer real-time data via ADDE, and have started an "Antarctic-IDD" - there will be paper on this at AMS/IIPS this year)

At this time I'm moderately THREDDS illiterate (with regards to implementation, exact capability, etc.), but have been following UPC development efforts for sometime and appreciate the power of what is possible. Our group, depending on future funding, hopes to participate in THREDDS - at least in offering our Antarctic meteorological data holdings to the community.

Thanks again,


On Sep 27, 2005, at 4:05 PM, John Caron wrote:

Matthew Lazzara wrote:

I have a question - Will the aggregation server expand at some point to include ADDE or OpenADDE?
Thank you so much!

Hi Matthew:

We would like to add an ADDE server to the THREDDS data server capabilities, which could then take advantage of aggregation services. What we need is a Java implementation of the ADDE protocal that we could build on top of.

What use did you have in mind?


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