[Fwd: [seek-dev] query errors] (fwd)

Deana Pennington dpennington at lternet.edu
Fri Feb 4 09:33:19 PST 2005

The installer version doesn't work either.  Deana

Jing Tao wrote:

> Hi, Deana:
> I didn't read this email until Dan forward to me.
> Yep, yesterday afternoon I found the same problem as you mentioned in 
> kepler cvs version. I haven't figured out yet. So currently maybe use
> kepler installer is better idea for query search.
> The reason why kepler installer couldn't get the data is because SRB 
> changed authentication policy recently(Dan and I got same error 
> yesterday:). I sent an email to Bing yesterday and he is working at this.
> I will phone him to see what happen.
> Thanks.
> Jing
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Subject:
> [seek-dev] query errors
> From:
> Deana Pennington <dpennington at lternet.edu>
> Date:
> Fri, 04 Feb 2005 08:19:34 -0700
> To:
> seek-dev <seek-dev at ecoinformatics.org>
> Jing, Rod, and whoever else might need to know this...
> We're getting query errors with both the cvs version and the install 
> version.  When I search in the cvs version for "GCE" or "IPCC", both 
> of which have metadata stored in metacat but data stored elsewhere 
> (GCE/SRB), I get an uninformative error message that says there was an 
> error in the query.  I get no files returned for GCE, get some files 
> returned for IPCC.  If I search for my test data that is stored in 
> metacat, I get it with no problem.   When I do the same searches with 
> the install version, I don't get an error message, but I also don't 
> get any data returned.
> We're going to demo Kepler during our training workshop this afternoon 
> (2pm MST), so any fixes you can do before that would be greatly 
> appreciated!
> Thanks,
> Deana


Deana D. Pennington, PhD
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