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Re: [las_users] Creating ncml without time axis

Thanks Roland. I will try that out.
But as a side question, is the coordValue a necessary attribute to serve up data using LAS?

On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 2:45 PM, Roland Schweitzer - NOAA Affiliate <roland.schweitzer@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

I think what you want to do is a "joinNew' aggregation.  The TDS will create the time axis for you as it joins all of the files together.  The second example on this web page explains how to get some files that don't have a time axis joined together and assign the values to the time axis that gets created.


On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 1:00 PM, Ajay Krishnan - NOAA Affiliate <ajay.krishnan@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am trying to group a bunch of HDF files (it's an incoming datastream with 2 files per week)
and serve it out using LAS. Though there is a date stamp for each file, the time axis is missing (Not CF compliant)

I am trying to list all the granules in the ncml so that it looks like the format below:

< id="1" location="http://xxxx.xxxxx.xxxxxx/file.hdf" coordvalue="???"/>

Will I be able to proceed with this approach inspite of the absence of a coordvalue and still generate the XML files using the addXML.sh script? Can I substitute the date values in the coordValue field?

Any help in this regard would be helpful!



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