jsoc_getJP2images get paths of existing jp2000 images
[General Utilities]

process a DRMS query for AIA data and return paths wrt JSOC /web/jsoc/htdocs/data/aia/images More...

Collaboration diagram for jsoc_getJP2images get paths of existing jp2000 images:
   jsoc_getJP2images {t=0} {j=0} in=aia lev1 query
This is a special purpose module that takes an aia lev1 query and return the paths to existing jpeg2000 images that match the query. It uses the export module method to enable the "@cadence" style query for aia.lev1 data.

The json output (j=1) is 3 objects, "images", "count", and "status". the "images" object is an array of individual image objects each of which contains 3 or 4 strings: "time", "wave", "url", and optionally "HMItag". "time" is of the form yyyymmdd_hhmmss and wave is the AIA wavelength. "url" is a complete url to fetch the image. If the flag "t=1" from an html call, or the flag -t on command line then the HMI time tag for the nearest 15m slot is shown.

-j create output in json with proper html header, else ascii with html header. -t add timetag for nearest HMI 15m slot.
Ubiquitous flags present in every module. DRMS common main program
in The AIA lev1 record-set spec.
If json output is requested "count" and "status" keys will be provided. Status is non zero on failures.
get AIA data on 15m ticks.
   jsoc_getJP2images in='aia.lev1[2013.10.20/1d@15m]' -j 
Get timetag, wavelength, URL, nearest HMI timetag for some EUV data near 0 UT on one day, via cgi-bin.
Response is:
], "count":3, "status":0}
None known so far.

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