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[THREDDS #FYW-620774]: TDS: forward slashes only in "location"?

Hi Rich,

Sorry, my mistake. I didn't catch that these were location attributes in NcML. 
I tried this in address@hidden values and that worked. Though address@hidden 
values in aggregations are handled behind the scenes with the same code that 
handles address@hidden values, there must be a layer on top that restricts the 
location values in aggregations.

Yes, John's response is correct, forward slashes will always work in both 

Sorry for the confusion.


> Below is the actual dataset that failed in TDS4.  And when I change
> the location to forward slashes, it works.  I just tried it again and
> confirmed.    And I also saw that John (I think) also responded to the
> ticket and said to use forward slashes because they always work
> (windows and linux).
> <netcdf xmlns="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/namespaces/netcdf/ncml-2.2";>
> <aggregation type="union">
> <netcdf
> location="http://coast-enviro.er.usgs.gov/models/gom_interop/coastwatch_northeast_lonlat.nc"/>
> <netcdf
> xmlns="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/namespaces/netcdf/ncml-2.2";>
> <variable name="time" shape="time" type="double">
> <attribute name="units" value="seconds since
> 1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC"/>
> <attribute name="_CoordinateAxisType" value="Time"/>
> <values>1208616253 </values>
> </variable>
> <aggregation dimName="time" type="joinNew">
> <variableAgg name="Rrs_667"/>
> <!--          <netcdf
> location="c:\rps\cf\coastwatch\2009_009_1710_aqua_ex1_Rrs667.hdf"/>-->
> <netcdf
> location="c:/rps/cf/coastwatch/2009_009_1710_aqua_ex1_Rrs667.hdf"/>
> </aggregation>
> </netcdf>
> </aggregation>
> <variable name="Rrs_667">
> <attribute name="coordinates" value="lon lat"/>
> </variable>
> <attribute name="Conventions" value="CF-1.0"/>
> </netcdf>

Ticket Details
Ticket ID: FYW-620774
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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