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[THREDDS #EFP-931908]: WCS 1.0.0 implementation in TDS 4.1.3 fails 80% of tests in OGC test engine



Hi Rich,

Thanks for the pointer. We're trying to stick to a tight schedule for TDS 4.2 
so I have added working on compliance with the OGC tests to our list for the 
TDS 4.3 release.

I haven't looked over the full report in great detail but a number of tests 
appear to have failed due to errors during validation against the XML schemas. 
On the other hand, some tests passed even though they had validation errors. 
Definitely requires a bit more digging.

Thanks again,

Ethan

> TDS folks,
> 
> I met  Dr. Christian Kiehle from deegree.org at EGU in Vienna a few
> weeks ago, and asked him if Deegree had time handling in their WCS
> client.  I pointed him toward one of the WCS GetCapabilities requests
> from our THREDDS Data Server:
> 
> http://geoport.whoi.edu/thredds/wcs/prism3/monthly?service=WCS&version=1.0.0&request=GetCapabilities
> 
> and he reported back that the developers could not work with the TDS
> WCS because it was not OGC Compliant.
> 
> He suggested that I try the OGC Test Engine at:
> 
> http://cite.opengeospatial.org/
> 
> I was not aware that OGC had such a testing service.
> 
> Indeed, when I plugged in the above GetCapabilities request, I got 10
> successes and 40 failures:
> 
> http://cite.opengeospatial.org/teamengine/viewSessionLog.jsp?session=s0001&t=1274091368951
> (You need to access this with a username and password, which I'd be
> happy to supply if you want to get the idea before registering your
> own account)
> 
> We actually don't rely on WCS for anything yet, but I thought I would
> pass this along to put on the TDS enhancement list.
> 
> Thanks,
> -Rich


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: EFP-931908
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: High
Status: Closed


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