Web Services

Notifications, questions and comments related to using the DMC’s web services

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Active Message Threads for January 2014

Lion Krischer
Jan. 13, 2014, 11:17 p.m.
Dear web service users, we just released a new ObsPy Version, ObsPy 0.9.0. The new key features are full support for the FDSN StationXML format including the calculation of instrument responses directly from StationXML files and support for the FDSN web services. If you used the ObsPy suite to download data from IRIS you will need to upgrade to the new version as most old webservices have been deprecated/retired in favor of the FDSN web services. A short guide on migrating an existing cod... [more]
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Hello Java and MATLAB users, If you are using our IRIS-WS Java library (all irisFetch.m users are using this library) please make sure you are using version 2.0.4 available here: http://www.iris.edu/dms/nodes/dmc/software/downloads/IRIS-WS/ In the near future, the IRIS DMC will be updating its FDSN web services to the 1.1 specification. Unfortunately this will cause all versions of IRIS-WS prior to 2.0.4 to fail due to a built-in version check. We have modified the check to avoid this k... [more]
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Yazan Suleiman
Jan. 7, 2014, 11:57 a.m.
Hello WS users, The DMC has updated our fdsnws-event service to version 1.0.8 (http://service.iris.edu/fdsnws/event/1/). The only change: * Fixed a bug related to the "limit/offset" parameters, when used together the service previously returned one too many events. regards, IRIS DMC web services team
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Yazan Suleiman
Jan. 3, 2014, 12:18 p.m.
Hello WS users, The DMC has updated the fdsnws-station service to version 1.0.9: http://service.iris.edu/fdsnws/station/1/version Changes include: * Fixed an issue during interim cache updates (fully updates are performed daily) where the incorrect OutputUnits were identified for the InstrumentSensivity information. As this condition only sometimes occurs when metadata is updated and is then fixed during daily updates the issue was unlikely to effect more than a few (if any) users. * Fi... [more]
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