Hi Peter, > Is it possible to configure THREDDS to provide a link to allow the > downloading of the actual file detected in a directory scan ? > > If so, how is this defined ? Is it define via the service tag > > e.g. > > <service name="downloadServer" serviceType="downloadServer" > base="/thredds/fileServer/" > That is right. However, the current convention is for the value of serviceType to be "HTTPServer". Though I'm not sure there are any clients that use this value of serviceType to recognize an HTTP download service. Probably better to stick with convention for future compatibility. > The example data sets in the download are associated with the NetCDF > Java Tool (in the Viewer section of the data set description). I would guess this is due to the fact they are being served by OPeNDAP. If you want to serve the data by more than one service, you need a compound service element. <service name="allServices" serviceType="compound" base=""> <service name="fileServer" serviceType="HTTPServer" base="/thredds/fileServer/" /> <service name="odapServer" serviceType="OpenDAP" base="/thredds/dodsC/" /> <service name="wcsServer" serviceType="WCS" base="/thredds/wcs/" /> </service> Ethan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: YLJ-997185 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: High Status: Open
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