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Re: metadata question

Hi Ethan,

Sorry for the extended silence, I had a post graduation employment ... thing.

As it turns out my test server is on a machine that does not have access to the outside either. But that's ok, because it seems that the newer version, 3.8 rather than the 3.0 that I was running, has fixed my problems. I can't remember where I downloaded the 3.0 war file, or why I didn't get the latest version!!??

I'll run with the new version and see what happens.


On May 19, 2006, at 4:35 PM, Ethan Davis wrote:

Hi Bruce,

Bruce Flynn wrote:
I have the schema located at http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/ namespaces/thredds/InvCatalog/v1.0 printed out as a reference. I guess I thought that was the one the catalogs "used" because of the namespace declared in the catalog element. The truth is that I'm confused as to which one I'm using.
Yeah, I get confused about our schema versioning as well. Our current schema is 1.0.1 right now but the namespace hasn't changed (the schemas are backward compatible). The current schema actually gets distributed with the TDS and the local version gets used in favor of the one on the Unidata web site. The one pointed at by the document at the namespace URL is a bit out of date. Sorry about that. I'll add that to my list of things to do. You can find the current schema at

The TDS server is *HREDDS Data Server Version 3.0.rc10 Build Date = 2005-09-02 16:03:06 as displayed on the HTML server pages.*
That is a pretty old version. We are at 3.8.04 currently. You might want to grab the current one and upgrade. It is available at:


**I included as much info as I thought you would need on a TDS that mocks my setup on the actual server at http:// lupine.ssec.wisc.edu:8080/thredds. In the process of setting up the mock server I noticed that it's not complaining about the dirLocation tag any longer and I really don't know why.
Sorry I didn't get to your email earlier. I think I missed your uptime for the TDS at lupine.ssec. At least, it wasn't responding when I just tried it.

I'm going to be on vacation next week. But John should be able to help (I'll be checking in some next week but ...).


Ethan R. Davis Telephone: (303) 497-8155
Software Engineer Fax: (303) 497-8690
UCAR Unidata Program Center E-mail: address@hidden
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