[kepler-dev] download actor from "kepler analytical component repository"
berkley at nceas.ucsb.edu
Mon Mar 31 16:26:58 PDT 2008
I changed the code in kepler to allow you to configure the created
LSIDs. There is now a key in the
configs/ptolemy/configs/kepler/resourceBundle.properties file that will
allow you to change the lsid authority in all of the lsids that kepler
creates. I tried it on a different kepler repository and it worked.
Let me know if it works for you.
Eric Magaha wrote:
> I have installed the lsid resolver. It is still not working. The url
> still shows kepler-project.org <http://kepler-project.org> in the lsid.
> Even after I change the lsid with my server information it doesn't work.
> I have logged onto irc.ecoinformatics.org
> <http://irc.ecoinformatics.org> in the #kepler channel. I haven't
> gotten any response in there.
> On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 12:24 PM, Chad Berkley <berkley at nceas.ucsb.edu
> <mailto:berkley at nceas.ucsb.edu>> wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> If you look at the url that it's trying to download, it's using an lsid
> resolver to get at the file
> (http://kepler-project.org/authority/data?lsid=...). It's possible that
> you didn't install the lsid resolver when you installed metacat or it
> may be pointing to our resolver instead. Take a look at that url and
> see what it's actually pointing to. If you need to install the lsid
> resolver, it's part of the ecogrid installation (see below).
> As an alternate, if you want to eliminate the lsid resolver, you could
> change the stylesheets (in the metacat/lib/style/skins/kepler dir) to
> just use the metacat identifier for the file. You've probably noticed
> that the skin for our web repository is kinda ugly and doesn't really
> work all that well. We've been meaning to rewrite it for some time and
> haven't had the staff time to do it. Sorry it's such a mess.
> If you want to install the lsid resolver, you'll need to get the ecogrid
> repository from CVS (cvs co seek/projects/ecogrid). In that repository,
> you'll see a file called identifierService-INSTALL that should guide you
> through installing the service. Let us know if you have any questions.
> If you want to chat with us in real time about this, you can login to
> our IRC server at irc.ecoinformatics.org
> <http://irc.ecoinformatics.org> and join the #kepler channel.
> Eric Magaha wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am running my own instance of metacat/ecogrid on a private
> network. I
> > can browse my uploaded actors at the following url
> > http://localhost/knb/style/skins/kepler by clicking on the "browse
> > existing kepler analytical components".
> > If I click on "view documentation" it brings up a page with the actor
> > name and there is a link to "download" the actor image.
> > If I click on the "download" link I immediately get an error,
> > down the stacktrace is....
> > java.net.UnknownHostException: kepler-project.org
> > <http://kepler-project.org>
> > I can see in the url that "kepler-project.org
> > <http://kepler-project.org>" is part of the value of the "lsid"
> > parameter. From the stacktrace I assume the value of the "lsid"
> > parameter is incorrect. So I replace "kepler-project.org
> > <http://kepler-project.org>" in the "lsid" parameter with my server
> > name. After I do that, the browser just seems to wait (I get windows
> > hourglass).
> > I look at my web server (apache2 with tomcat5 and mod_jk2) and
> > spawns a WHOLE bunch of processes. Eventually the browser will
> > and have a stacktrace about tomcat maxThreads. I usually have to
> > restart tomcat at this point.
> > Any idea why I cannot download the actors from MY repository using a
> > browser? I tested on both firefox and IE.
> > Thanks.
> > Eric
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