Greetings Chris! > Hi, > > I have a THREDDS server running at > http://vortex.atms.unca.edu:8080/thredds/catalog.html but because of my > newbieness and ignorance I cannot figure out how to configure it so I can > actually download data files through the browser. For example, when I go > into "Tropical Cloud Clusters", then "csv", and then try to download a file, > I get an error returned (code = 500; "Can't read ...not a valid CDM file". > What does this mean? Is there a problem with the way my catalog.xml file > is configured? There isn't a problem. With THREDDS, opendap will serve any file type that files that can be read by the NetCDF Java library and accessed through the CDM data model. In this case, the NetCDF Java library cannot read csv files (for a list of files that can be read, and thus served through TDS, check out http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/netcdf-java/formats/FileTypes.html). I would recommend sticking to serving your data with the http protocol. Thanks! Sean > > Initially I had the service type set to "http", but have since tried "odap". > I've attached my catalog file. I really appreciate any assistance you can > provide. Thanks. > > Chris > > > -- > > Dr. Christopher C. Hennon > Associate Professor > Department of Atmospheric Sciences > UNC Asheville > > 1 University Heights > CPO #2450 > Asheville, NC 28804 > > 1.828.232.5159 (phone) > 1.828.232.5046 (fax) > > http://facstaff.unca.edu/chennon > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: SYP-673547 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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