[kepler-dev] digir bugs

Jing Tao tao at nceas.ucsb.edu
Wed Apr 19 10:28:21 PDT 2006

Hi, Deana:

I searched "mephitis" and get the full list too. I random dragged and 
dropped two data sets to canvas, both of them worked. "mephitis" one took 
more than one minute and "mephitis hudonica" took about 20 seconds. So I 
think it is permformace issue.

I don't think Digir Dataset has been implemented "getMetadata" function in 
either search result panel or canvas. So you right click digir dataset in 
search result panel, you couldn't get "Get Metadata" menu. But EML dataset 
has this function.

Hope this is helpful.


Jing Tao
National Center for Ecological
Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)
735 State St. Suite 204
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

On Wed, 19 Apr 2006, Deana Pennington wrote:

> Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 10:43:36 -0600
> From: Deana Pennington <dpennington at lternet.edu>
> To: kepler list <kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org>
> Cc: David Sledge <dsledge at LTERnet.edu>
> Subject: [kepler-dev] digir bugs
> Hi all,
> Ran into a bug - don't know if these are known bugs or not, so thought
> I'd e-mail the list.
> When searching Digir (for instance, for "mephitis"), the system returns
> the full list of available data.  But, if I right click on the file name
> in the left panel, I don't get the "GetMetadata" menu.  And, when I drag
> and drop, the busy icon never goes away.  However, if I do a different
> search and come back to this one, then drag and drop the cached file,
> the data are there and I don't get the busy icon.
> With GEON - I can't get the metadata from the file name, but the data do
> seem to drag and drop correctly.
> These bugs do not happen on a KNB dataset
> Deana
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