Hi Zhu Jiang, > > I configured the thd following the instruction of reference( > > http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/Projects/THREDDS/tech/reference/DatasetScan.html). > > I got problem with the <addProxies> element. It appeared the error > > message as the attached picture showed. The catalog.xml file is also > > attached. Could you point out what I had done wrong? > > > > Another question is that the data we organized by day catalog in local > > file system like: > > NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM > > -- 01 > > -- 02 > > -- 03 > > -- 04 > > -- 05 > > -- 06 > > --01 > > --02 > > -- NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM-advtmp-2008060400.nc > > -- NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM-covr-2008060400.nc > > -- ... > > ...* > > *I used filter element to seperate the data. I got the lastest.xml in > > each NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/06/* directory. However, > > NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/lastest.xml pointing to > > NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/06/lastday/*.nc is what I hope to get. Should I > > reorganize the data in the tree of > > NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM-###/*.nc? or other suggestions? Not sure I understand your directory structure. Is it NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/<month>/<day>? And the current month also contains a lastday/ directory? From your catalog datasetScan, filter, and proxy: <datasetScan name="NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM Data" path="t213" location="/space/MetData/NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/" > ... <filter> <include wildcard="*.nc"/> </filter> ... <addProxies> <simpleLatest serviceName="tdsserver" /> <latestComplete name="latestComplete.xml" top="true" serviceName="tdsserver" lastModifiedLimit="60" /> </addProxies> ... </datasetScan> you should be getting a catalog for each directory under the NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/ directory. Each directory that contains *.nc files should list those files and a "latest.xml" and "latestComplete.xml". Is that what you are seeing? Are you getting any latest datasets in the NAFP_T213_FOR_FTM/ directory? I would guess you were not seeing the latest datasets there. There isn't a way to tell the latest proxy datasets to scan a directory tree or look in a particular directory. It currently only deals with scanning one directory at a time. Sorry, I don't have any other suggestions. Reorganizing your directory structure might help but I think you would have to collapse the entire <month>/<day> structure before the latest proxy dataset would give you what you want. And obviously that has plenty of drawbacks. Ethan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: HIP-310486 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Open
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