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[THREDDS #IUD-363917]: Another file that is fine locally, but won't read variables if accessed by OPeNDAP



The problem is that the case sensitivity
of DAP2 keywords is not completely defined
in the spec. Type names (e.g. byte etc)
are specifically defined as case insensitive.
The situation with other keywords (e.g. error)
is not defined. So depending on the DDS parser,
the parse may fail or "Error" may be downcased
to "error".

I have asked opendap.org for a ruling on this.

=Dennis Heimbigner
  Unidata


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: IUD-363917
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Critical
Status: Closed
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