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The DAP is a NASA community standard; here is the offical link to the specification.
With OPeNDAP software, you access data using a URL, just like a URL you would use to access a web page. However, before you request any data, you need to know how to request it in a form your browser can handle. OPeNDAP data is stored in binary form, and by default, it is transmitted that way, too.
Notes for the prototype AIS implementation: Current for version 3.7.6 (12 March 2007) How to use the AIS. These notes correspond to the prototype AIS developed in March 2003. This version of the AIS works for DAS objects only. The AIS uses a configuration file which holds the mappings between a primary data source (aka a DODS server) and one or more AIS resources. The configuration file to use more»
$Id: README.dodsrc 18646 2008-04-25 19:21:25Z jimg $ Current for version 3.7.6 (12 March 2007) The libdap client-side configuration file (.dodsrc) is used to configure how clients cache responses and how they interact with proxy servers. By default the configuration file resides in a users home directory and is called `.dodsrc'. This can be changed by creating the environment variable DODS_CONF more»
$Id: README 20889 2009-05-12 22:07:17Z jimg $ Updated for version 3.9.3 Now libdap supports DAP 3.2. You can read about the evolving DAP 3.x protocol at http://docs.opendap.org/index.php/DAP3/4. If your client sends the XDAP-Accept header witha value of 3.2 the DDX is different (it includes protocol information and also an xmlbase element). Behavior change for the DAS: In the past the format h more»
$Id: NEWS 20889 2009-05-12 22:07:17Z jimg $ News for version 3.9.3 This is small fix for the DAS more»
libdap (3.9.3-6) unstable; urgency=low * Acknowledge NMU with Thanks. Closes: #575894. * Supply more»
2009-05-08 James Gallagher <email@example.com> I fixed the behavior of the DAS parser - it n more»
This package was debianised by Alastair McKinstry, <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 12 August 2009. It was more»