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Re: The HYCOM consortium TDS server



attached is a catalog using featureCollection that seems to work on those files you sent.

ive been fixing small bugs, so you probably need TDS 4.2.3 which I will make a release for you on monday.

doc is at

http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/projects/THREDDS/tech/tds4.2/reference/collections/FeatureCollections.html

<collection spec="C:/data/work/hycom/GOMl0.04/expt_30.1/2010/**/archv.#yyyy#_.*\.nc$"/>

says take all files under C:/data/work/hycom/GOMl0.04/expt_30.1/2010/ and subdirs that match regexp archv.#yyyy#_.*\.nc$

as long as they are all grids, it will stitch it all together for you. right now the run date is just 2010, so that needs work.

we can check in on monday.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<catalog name="THREDDS Catalog"
         xmlns="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/namespaces/thredds/InvCatalog/v1.0";
         xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink";>

    <service name="all" serviceType="Compound" base="">
        <service name="ncdods"
                 serviceType="OpenDAP"
                 base="/thredds/dodsC/"/>
        <service name="ncss"
                 serviceType="NetcdfSubset"
                 base="/thredds/ncss/grid/"/>
        <service name="wms"
                 serviceType="WMS"
                 base="/thredds/wms/"/>
        <service name="ftp"
                 serviceType="FTP"
                 base="ftp://ftp.hycom.org/datasets/"/>
        <service name="ncdods"
                 serviceType="Legacy OpenDAP"
                 base="http://tds.hycom.org/opendap/nph-dods/datasets/hycom/"/>
    </service>

    <dataset name="HYCOM + NCODA Southeast United States 1/25 Degree Analysis">
        <dataset name="GOMl0.04/expt_30.1">
            
            <featureCollection name="Jun-2010 to Present" featureType="FMRC" 
path="GOMl0.04/expt_30.1/2010">
                <collection 
spec="C:/data/work/hycom/GOMl0.04/expt_30.1/2010/**/archv.#yyyy#_.*\.nc$"/>
                <fmrcConfig datasetTypes="Best Files" />

                <serviceName>all</serviceName>
                <metadata inherited="true">
                    <dataType>Grid</dataType>
                    <dataFormat>NetCDF</dataFormat>
                    <documentation type="rights">Freely 
available</documentation>
                    <documentation 
xlink:href="http://www.hycom.org/dataserver/goml0pt04/expt-30pt1";
                                   xlink:title="GOMl0.04/expt_30.1 
Documentation"/>
                    <creator>
                        <name vocabulary="DIF">NRL</name>
                        <contact url="http://www.hycom.org/"; email=""/>
                    </creator>
                    <publisher>
                        <name vocabulary="DIF">COAPS/FSU</name>
                    </publisher>
                </metadata>

                <protoDataset>
                  <netcdf 
xmlns="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/namespaces/netcdf/ncml-2.2";>
                     <variable name="salinity">
                         <remove type="attribute" name="valid_range"/>
                     </variable>
                     <variable name="v">
                         <remove type="attribute" name="valid_range"/>
                     </variable>
                     <variable name="temperature">
                         <remove type="attribute" name="valid_range"/>
                     </variable>
                     <variable name="u">
                         <remove type="attribute" name="valid_range"/>
                     </variable>
                     <variable name="ssh">
                         <remove type="attribute" name="valid_range"/>
                     </variable>
                     <variable name="w_velocity">
                         <remove type="attribute" name="valid_range"/>
                     </variable>
                    </netcdf>
                  </protoDataset>

            </featureCollection>
        </dataset>
    </dataset>
</catalog>

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