Writing a client in C++ using libdap

From OPeNDAP Documentation

1 Writing an OPeNDAP Client

1.1 Dan Holloway

1.2 Revision: 1.10

  • 1 Preface
  • 2 Writing your own OPeNDAP client
  • 3 The DAP Architecture
    • [writing_client_3.html#id1 3.1 The DAP uses HTTP which in turn uses MIME]
    • [writing_client_3.html#id2 3.2 The DAP defines three objects]
    • [writing_client_3.html#id3 3.3 The DAP also defines services]
    • [writing_client_3.html#id4 3.4 Connecting to the server]
  • [writing_client_4.html 4 Getting ready to write your client]
  • [writing_client_5.html 5 Subclassing the data types]
    • [writing_client_5.html#id1 5.1 A quick review of the data types supported by the DAP]
    • [writing_client_5.html#id2 5.2 Creating the subclasses]
  • [writing_client_6.html 6 Accessing the DDS object]
  • [writing_client_7.html 7 Accessing the DAS object]
  • [writing_client_8.html 8 Getting Data: Accessing the DataDDS object]
  • [writing_client_9.html 9 Notes]
  • [writing_client_10.html A How the Java DAP library differs]
  • [writing_client_11.html References]
  • [writing_client_12.html Footnotes]

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