[data-issues] funny network code "7A" in 2009 SeismiQuery list

Rick Benson rick at iris.washington.edu
Sat Apr 11 12:59:34 PDT 2009

Hello, Meredith-
  Indeed, this network 7A has been assigned and is legitimate.
These networks that have leading numerics were initiated by the
RSES group in Australia for their temporary networks. The virtual  
is http://www.iris.edu/vnets?vnet=_ANU , or you can see all assigned  
network codes
with http://www.iris.edu/mda, or starting with all temporary network  
codes with
  The text using SeismiQuery should have referred to BTL as the  
network name
for 7A, not BTO, and we will look into why you get into this mouse trap
with SeismiQuery on Monday.
  Thanks for the note,

On Apr 11, 2009, at 11:34 AM, Meredith Nettles wrote:

> Hi,
> Looking in
> SeismiQuery / by network / 2009
> the first network entry I see for the year is "7A". Clicking on this,
> the calendar header gives the name as "BTO" and the calendar indicates
> data available for 2009/06/06 and 2009/06/07 (impressive if it were
> true!). Clicking on those dates gives the error message
> java.sql.SQLException: ORA-00980: synonym translation is no longer  
> valid
> This is probably not a real network code?
> Thanks,
> Meredith
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Rick Benson
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