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This tutorial describes the steps required to enable your client application to interact with the OPeNDAP Data Access Protocol by using the Java or C++ classes provided in the OPeNDAP class libraries. It also describes the trade offs between using these toolkits and a client-library interface such as netCDF.

The C++ and Java toolkis are class libraries which provide for direct interaction with a remote OPeNDAP server. You'll need to write some code.

If your client application currently uses one of the netCDF, GDAL or OGR APIs, then you only need to relink your application with the OPeNDAP-enabled version of the API library, allowing you to skip this tutorial entirely.


James Gallagher <jgallagher@gso.uri.edu>, 2004/04/24, Revision: 1.10


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