Hi Yolanda, There isn't currently a way to configure the TDS to split a data collection in the way desired. On the other hand, there are a few possibilities if you are interested in writing some Java code. Let me know if you are interested in this option. Ethan > I am currently configuring a thredds Server and I would neen some help > for the following issue: > > I have a local directory for all my satellite data. > > Through the TDS catalog I want to make two datasets based on the date of > the files: > > One dataset with files newer than 15 days > Another with older files. > > I have attemped two possible ways: > > 1) One with latest service > > <datasetScan name="My Data" path="myData" location="c:/my/data/" > serviceName="myserver" > > <addProxies> > <latestComplete name="latestComplete.xml" top="true" > serviceName="latest" lastModifiedLimit="21600" /> > </addProxies> > </datasetScan> > > But At the end the result was not a list of newer files: they seemed > aggregated > > 2) with > > <filter> > > <include wildcard="A$(date+ %Y)$(calc $(date > +%j)-15|bc)*_sst.nc" /> > > </filter> > > This is taken from a bash script but apparently this is not what TDS > wants...and I don't see how a regex can calculate current date minus 15 > days... > > Can you help me with this? > > Best regards, > > Yolanda Sagarminaga > AZTI- Spain > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: RTG-134199 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Open
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