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Re: NetCDF Subset Service Reference

We are still trying to get this documented etc. It replaces the previous 
NetcdfService, and can now be used on any gridded datasets, and we are 
experimenting with station observation data.

You have to enable it in threddsConfig.xml, and add it as a service to your 
catalog, just like WCS. Its really intended for programmatic usage, but we are 
generating an HTML interface also. The file writing is rather slow, i want to 
improve that before it gets too much use.

we will try to get it documented in the next few weeks...

Roy Mendelssohn wrote:

I just stumbled onto the "NetCDF Subset Service Reference" aspect of THREDDS. What is unclear from the page:


is if this is automatically implemented when we implement THREDDS or if we have to add this as an additional service when we set up our TDS just like you do for WCS? If it is the latter, I can not find where the instructions are for doing that, and would appreciate it if you could point me to that.

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