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Re: LAS 6: Adding data doesn't refresh server


In answer to you second question:  No, the old interface is not
available with LAS v6.  We found that the amount of javascript code in
the old interface was becoming unmaintainable, particularly given the
poor uniformity of support for javascript.  We made the choice that a
couple of round trips to the server was an acceptable price to pay for
having most of the user interface logic reside on the server instead of
in the browser.

Could you give a little more detail about how you are adding data?  Are
you using xml includes?  If your xml files are good it should be as
simple as modifying las.xml and typing 'make'.

-- Jon

Steve Cousins wrote:
> I'm trying to add data to LAS 6.0.  When I installed LAS 6 I said yes to
> having the sample data installed.  Now, I try to add data but still only
> get the two entries when I go to the web browser.
> This sounds like the basic "shift-refresh" problem but it isn't that.  I
> have tried that.  I've tried it with different browsers, starting them
> only after I have run "make".  I have restarted the Tomcat server as well
> as Apache, and then opened up a new browser.  I've checked the MySQL
> database and I have found a database for my new dataset.
> I'm using Redhat 7.3, and LAS 6.0.
> Also, is there any way to have it default back to the older interface in
> LAS 6.0?  That is, have the map, and all of the contols on one page rather
> than needing to go through four pages to get a plot?
> Thanks,
> Steve
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>  Steve Cousins                 Email: cousins@umit.maine.edu
>  Research Associate            Phone: (207) 581-4302
>  Ocean Modeling Group
>  School of Marine Sciences     208 Libby Hall
>  University of Maine           Orono, Maine 04469

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