Julia, Obviously this would require the aggregation to read all the times and then figure out how the files should be ordered based on the times it finds in the files. I don't think this exists, but I'm cc'ing this to netcdf-java support in case I'm wrong. -Rich On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 9:20 AM, David Robertson <address@hidden> wrote: > Hi Julia, > > I'm not aware of a way change the sort order but I'm CCing Rich Signell in > case he knows of a way. > > Dave > > Julia Levin wrote: >> >> David, >> >> Do you know of a way to make the opendap aggregation server sort the >> records according to the ocean_time value? I am having a dataset >> (/home/om/dods-data/thredds/roms/espresso/2006/his), where the order of the >> files is not consistent with the order of ocean_time value. After >> aggregation, the order of the records follows the naming of the files. I can >> of course rename the files to make the default aggregation work properly, >> but I was thinking that perhaps you know of a way to make the server do the >> sorting itself. >> >> Thanks, > -- Dr. Richard P. Signell (508) 457-2229 USGS, 384 Woods Hole Rd. Woods Hole, MA 02543-1598
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