[Thread Prev][Thread Next][Index]

Re: [las_users] LAS XML update

Currently there is no way to have LAS automatically detect changes in the remote data sources.  We have been working on the issue of automating updates and hope to have some new capabilities in that area in a coming release.

In the meantime, you'll have to run addXML to get new LAS XML possibly via cron.  You can reinitialize LAS without restarting tomcat.  The details are here: http://ferret.pmel.noaa.gov/LAS/documentation/installer-documentation/las-administration/reloading-the-las-configuration.  If your server is behind a firewall and served via a proxy, the easiest thing to do is open the ReInit.do URL for access from behind the firewall, while using the firewall to limit access to that URL. That way you don't have to set up the login business for that URL.


On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 6:07 PM, Luu, Sam (3980-Affiliate) <Sam.Luu@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Ansley,

We currently have a THREDDS catalog (for near real time dataset) that is updated dynamically everyday to harvest new granules, and we have ran the addXML script to generate the LAS XML file intiially. However, the time range for LAS becomes outdated as soon as THREDDS is updated. My question: is there a way for LAS to automatically detect the updated THREDDS catalog without having to update the LAS XML manually? If we have to update the XML manually, is there a way to update the XML without restarting tomcat to reflect the change on LAS?

Sam Luu

[Thread Prev][Thread Next][Index]

Contact Us
Dept of Commerce / NOAA / OAR / PMEL / TMAP

Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Accessibility Statement