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[THREDDS #AZL-675809]: what happened?... motherlode...ncep... nam...netCDF data?



Hi Ryan,

I think you are looking at the same file.  A possible difference between 4.2 
and 4.3 versions of the TDS (the transition a couple of weeks ago) that might 
trip you up would be a migration from NetCDF-3 to NetCDF-4, which have more 
compression.  However, you can still download files in NetCDF-3 format, and 
this is actually the default.  Do you know if you have been selecting "netcdf4" 
for an output format?  I really don't know much about arcgis, so I can't 
comment on how it reads NetCDF, but NetCDF-3 hasn't changed.

-Lansing Madry
  Unidata
  Boulder, Colorado

> sent follow-up info, but have not heard back.
> 
> que paso?
> 
> ryan rudnicki
> san marcos, texas
> 
> 
> On 6/6/2013 5:14 PM, Unidata THREDDS Support wrote:
> >
> > ryanr,
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> >      Subject: what happened?... motherlode...ncep... nam...netCDF data?
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> >      Priority: Normal
> >      Status: Open
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-Lansing Madry
  Unidata
  Boulder, Colorado

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: AZL-675809
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: High
Status: Open


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