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Re: wrestling with new server



XML is case sensitive, you need to use ID, not id.

Tennessee Leeuwenburg wrote:
Hi John,

v3.2 installed. Apart from the problems with the debug interface, all going reasonably well.

I was able to publish a specific file, both from disk and accessed via HTTP. I'm still having trouble creating a dataset of these individual files however, even with your suggestions. If you look at the catalog below, everything works except for ids 3DOCEAN_0 and 3DOCEAN_1.
There must be something small I'm missing...


Cheers,
-T

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<catalog name="THREDDS Server Default Catalog : You must change this to fit your server!"
xmlns="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/namespaces/thredds/InvCatalog/v1.0";
xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink";>


 <service name="thisDODS" serviceType="OpenDAP" base="/thredds/dodsC/">
   <datasetRoot path="test" dirLocation="content/dodsC/data/"/>
 </service>

 <service name="footoo" serviceType="OpenDAP" base="/thredds/dodsC/">
   <datasetRoot path="data" dirLocation="/data/pymars/"/>
 </service>

<service name="ncmars" serviceType="OpenDAP" base="/thredds/dodsC/">
<datasetRoot path="ncmars" dirLocation="http://linux-dev.bom.gov.au:8040/mars/"/>
</service>


<dataset name="AVHRR Sample 0" ID="AVHRR0" serviceName="footoo" urlPath="data/bufr_conversion_samples/AVHRR_SST_v0.nc"/>
<dataset name="AVHRR Sample 1" ID="AVHRR1" serviceName="footoo" urlPath="data/bufr_conversion_samples/AVHRR_SST_v1.nc"/>



<dataset name="3D Ocean Analysis" ID="3DOCEAN" serviceName="ncmars" path="ncmars">
<dataset name="31-08-2005" id="3DOCEAN_0" urlPath="ncmars/start_request/300/end_request/300.nc"/>
<dataset name="31-08-2005" id="3DOCEAN_1" urlPath="start_request/300/end_request/300.nc"/>
</dataset>



<datasetScan name="Data" ID="rootData" path="data" dirLocation="/data/pymars/" filter=".*\.nc$">

   <metadata inherited="true">
     <serviceName>thisDODS</serviceName>
   </metadata>

 </datasetScan>
</catalog>


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