Difference between revisions of "Web Services"

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===Upcoming Discussion: Avoiding Duplicate Metadata Records ===
 
===Upcoming Discussion: Avoiding Duplicate Metadata Records ===
:A teleconference is scheduled for:
 
 
Tuesday Feb 14, 2pm EST (11am PST)
 
800-508-7631 Access Code: *1297219*
 
 
Participants:
 
 
Jeff Arnfield  jeff.arnfield@noaa.gov;
 
 
Keith Wichmann  keith.wichmann@gst.com;
 
 
   
 
   
Gene Major      major@gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov;
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At the next Federation meeting, we are going to demonstrate several web service chains and register all of our (SOAP) services in the ECHO services registry. We plan to use this wiki to coordinate the collaborations and document our services.
 
 
Phil Yang      cyang3@gmu.edu;
 
  
Rob Raskin      raskin@jpl.nasa.gov
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[[Service Collaborations]]
  
 
==Issues being addressed by Products and Service Standing Committee==
 
==Issues being addressed by Products and Service Standing Committee==

Revision as of 17:47, February 8, 2006

Upcoming Events[edit | edit source]

Monthly Teleconference[edit | edit source]

The Web Services Cluster holds a teleconference on the second Monday of every month.
Next call Monday February 13, 2006 at 2 PM EST (11 AM PST)
ACCESS (Dial-In) NUMBERS:
866-325-0587 (Toll-free North America)
2053540145 (International)
MEETING NUMBER: *2361171*
Minutes from last call
Conference call archives

Upcoming Discussion: Avoiding Duplicate Metadata Records[edit | edit source]

At the next Federation meeting, we are going to demonstrate several web service chains and register all of our (SOAP) services in the ECHO services registry. We plan to use this wiki to coordinate the collaborations and document our services.

Service Collaborations

Issues being addressed by Products and Service Standing Committee[edit | edit source]

  • How to deal with metadata records that have been harvested by multiple sources?


Charge to Standing Committee from Bylaws Section 2[edit | edit source]

V.2.1 The ESIP Federation shall include a Standing Committee on Earth Science Products and Services. Its roles are:

a. To encourage the development, use and improvement of best science practices to ensure the quality, usability, and breadth of data and resultant information, products, and services;
b. To provide a Federation-wide forum for defining, developing and evaluating requirements for Federation Earth science products; and
c. To provide a Federation-wide forum for defining, developing and evaluating requirements for product services and user services.