We are going to add this kind of functionality to 4.0, currently it doesnt exist. How do you detect when data changes? Roy Mendelssohn wrote: > Hi John: > > I am glad we understand how recheckEvery works. It is consistent with > what we were experiencing. > >> basically you want to do the recheck in the background, and then >> accept whatever is there when a request comes in? Or you want to >> detect whenever the directory changes? >> > > Because other things, such as web page displays, need to be updated when > data is added, we already have a system where we know when data have > been added to a dataset. What we would like to do is at that point > force a recheck for that dataset, and hopefully only for that dataset, > rather than the entire catalog. If we can do that, we probably will > turn off the recheckEvery because we know every dataset will be up to date. > > Does this makes sense? If need be, we can write a script in Java to do > the above, if we can get advice on the best way to do this. > > Thanks, > > -Roy > > ********************** > "The contents of this message do not reflect any position of the U.S. > Government or NOAA." > ********************** > Roy Mendelssohn > Supervisory Operations Research Analyst > NOAA/NMFS > Environmental Research Division > Southwest Fisheries Science Center > 1352 Lighthouse Avenue > Pacific Grove, CA 93950-2097 > > e-mail: address@hidden (Note new e-mail address) > voice: (831)-648-9029 > fax: (831)-648-8440 > www: http://www.pfeg.noaa.gov/ > > "Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill." > "From those who have been given much, much will be expected"
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