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[THREDDS #GJF-200148]: TDS 4.3 GRIB names different from TDS 4.2



Fan,

Right off the bat, and without looking to deeply, I'll suggest that you rename 
the file you are using to hold your version of the table to end in .tab, as 
your file appears to be of the same format employed by wgrib.  Try this inside 
your featureCollection:

  <gribConfig>
    <gribParameterTable>/home/ffang/gribtabnoah.tab</gribParameterTable>
  </gribConfig>

I'm currently working on the documentation page to make it more clear, so 
please let me know if this solves your issue.

Thanks!

> Hi Fan,
> 
> I created an e-support ticket for your question, as it is easier for us to 
> manage issues if they aren't tied to somebody's inbox. I'll be looking into a 
> solution for your issue.
> 
> -Lansing Madry
> Unidata
> Boulder, Colorado
> 
> > -------- Original Message --------
> > Subject: grib table in feature collection
> > Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 10:12:43 -0400
> > From: Fan Fang <address@hidden>
> > To: <address@hidden>
> >
> > Hi John,
> >
> > I am experimenting with the new featureCollection in TDS 4.3.  So far so
> > good, except that the variable names are very different from what 4.2
> > gives for our NLDAS and GLDAS datasets.  We like the old names, and
> > tried to insert our grib table but unsuccessful.  I couldn't find a
> > sample table at your sites so I wonder if you can help me here.
> >
> > I have this in catalog.xml:
> >
> > <featureCollection name="GLDAS_NOAH025SUBP_3H_fc" featureType="GRIB"
> > path="GLDAS_NOAH025SUBP_3H_fc">
> > <collection
> > spec="/ftp/data/s4pa_TS2/TEST_OPENDAP/GLDAS_NOAH025SUBP_3H/GLDAS_NOAH025SUBP_3H.A#yyyyDDD.HHmm#\.001.*\.grb$"
> > name="GLDAS_NOAH025SUBP_3H_fc"/>
> > <metadata inherited="true">
> > <dataFormat>GRIB-1</dataFormat>
> > <dataType>Grid</dataType>
> > </metadata>
> > <serviceName>odapncss</serviceName>
> > <gribConfig>
> > <gribParameterTable>/home/ffang/gribtab.noah</gribParameterTable>
> > </gribConfig>
> > </featureCollection>
> >
> > The table "/home/ffang/gribtab.noah" looks like this (first few lines):
> >
> > -1:-1:-1:-1
> > 111:SWnet:Net Shortwave Radiation           W/m^2
> > 112:LWnet:Net Longwave Radiation            W/m^2
> > 121:Qle:Latent Heat Flux                  W/m^2
> > 122:Qh:Sensible Heat Flux                W/m^2
> > 155:Qg:Ground Heat Flux                  W/m^2
> > 131:Snowf:Snowfall rate                     kg/m^2/s
> > 132:Rainf:Rainfall rate                     kg/m^2/s
> >
> > I also tried something like this enclosed in <featureCollection/>
> >
> > <gribConfig>
> > <parameterMap>
> > <parameter code="131">
> > <description>Snowfall rate</description>
> > <units>kg/m^2/s</units>
> > <name>Snowf</name>
> > </parameter>
> >
> > which brings the question - what is the 'code'?  Isn't it the so-called
> > Grib PDS IDs?
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > -Fan
> 

-Lansing Madry
  Unidata
  Boulder, Colorado

Ticket Details
===================
Ticket ID: GJF-200148
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Low
Status: Open


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