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Re: [las_users] Apparent problem locating data on new LAS installation

Todd Viola wrote:
Hello, I'm new to this list and am having a problem running my newly installed LAS (armstrong 0.4). It looks like something simple, and I've searched the list archives, but did not find a solution. I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

I got the LAS interface built and running. However when I try to generate a product using the bundled data sets, I get errors that look like this:

: non-existent or not on line;, ERROR RUNNING SCRIPT statement executed
 **TMAP ERR: non-existent or not on line
Searched $FER_DESCR and $FER_DATA for coads_climatology(.des,.cdf,.nc)
SET DATA "coads_climatology"
Command file, command group, or REPEAT execution aborted
STOP -script mode, ERROR RUNNING SCRIPT statement executed

I made sure to source my ferret_paths file before configuring LAS, and I double checked that the conf/server/Ferret_config.pl file contains the correct paths. No luck.

In order to rule out a permissions problem, I moved my fer_dsets directory to a new location where I could make sure they were readable by everyone (previously I had it in a user home directory just for convenience). I configured LAS again, and confirmed the new $FER_DATA paths in conf/server/Ferret_config.pl. Still no luck.
In Armstrong Ferret_config.pl is not used by the product server to set up the Ferret environment. That information is in the FerretBackendConfig.xml file. Have a look at that file in (JavaSource/resources/ferret) and get the paths fixed up there. Then stop your server and redeploy (./stopserver.sh; ant redeploy).

I'm not sure where to go next. Thank in advance for any insights. My server is at: http://www.dataintheclassroom.org:8080/las/. It's part of a NOAA-supported education project. A colleague and I are working on curriculum for middle school which will guide teachers and students through a number of activities using real data.

The contents of this message are mine personally and do not necessarily reflect any position of the Government or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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