Ticket #123 (assigned defect)
LASP (U. Colorado) Data Provider
|Reported by:||joe||Owned by:||joe|
|Severity:||normal||Keywords:||New Data Provider, LASP, SORCE, TIMED|
From the folks at LASP, sent to Joe Gurman:
> >Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2005 11:03:16 -0600 > >From: Brian <btemple@> > >Subject: new VSO data provider - LASP at the University of Colorado > > > > > >Good morning Joseph, > > > >My name is Brian Templeman and I work at the Laboratory for > >Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) on the campus of the University > >of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. I have been asked by the staff > >here to start communications with VSO to become a data provider. > >The data to be provided is the Solar Radiance (EUV-FUV) measurements > >from TIMED-SEE. This will be an initial effort and learning curve > >on our part so that we can provide SDO/EVE data with minimal effort > >in the future. > > > >I have read all of the VSO web pages pertaining to data provider > >requirements and think I understand them. To my knowledge, LASP > >needs XML code that describes our data product and implement the Web > >Service, SOAP and WSDL software. A few months ago, LASP was given a > >presentation from VSO and stated that VSO would provide the required > >software. That would be greatly appreciated. Secondly, we may need > >help in generating the XML code that describes our data product. At > >a minimum, we would like some recent, or implemented XML code to use > >as a template. And if possible, some aid in the XML code > >development would be greatly appreciated. > > > >I hope this starts a long term relationship between LASP and VSO > >that benefits both of our organizations. > > > >Thank you for your time and I hope to hear from you soon, > > > >Thanks again, > > > >Brian Templeman > >Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics > >1234 Innovation Drive > >Boulder, CO 80303 > >
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