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[[category:Geometry Service]]
cad://user @hostname /dir    /dir    /db    /comb  /comb /comb    /region    /solid
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cad://user @hostname /comb    /comb    /comb  /comb  /comb /comb    /region    /solid
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The formal way to specify the URL of a directory or concrete resource in a Geometry Service repository is as follows:
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gs://host.of.geometry.service[:port]/name[:revision]/name[:revision]/...etc[:revision}[/]
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'''[port]''' Port is an optional paramater, default is 5309.
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'''[revision]''' Revision is an optional per path step parameter, default is HEAD.
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'''[/]''' A trailing backslash indicates a directory, whereas the absense of a backslash indicates a concrete resource.
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<br />
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----
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===Examples===
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Requesting
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gs://geoserv.brlcad.org/wheeled/civilian/cars/sports/lotus/
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would return a directory listing.
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<br />
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<br />
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Where as requesting
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  gs://geoserv.brlcad.org/wheeled/civilian/cars/sports/lotus/elise.g
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would return valid geometry.
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<br />
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<br />
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<br />
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and requesting
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  gs://geoserv.brlcad.org/wheeled/civilian/cars/sports/lotus/elise.png
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would return a PNG image of the associated geometry.

Latest revision as of 12:55, 14 January 2011


The formal way to specify the URL of a directory or concrete resource in a Geometry Service repository is as follows:

gs://host.of.geometry.service[:port]/name[:revision]/name[:revision]/...etc[:revision}[/]

[port] Port is an optional paramater, default is 5309.

[revision] Revision is an optional per path step parameter, default is HEAD.

[/] A trailing backslash indicates a directory, whereas the absense of a backslash indicates a concrete resource.


Examples[edit]

Requesting

gs://geoserv.brlcad.org/wheeled/civilian/cars/sports/lotus/ 

would return a directory listing.


Where as requesting

gs://geoserv.brlcad.org/wheeled/civilian/cars/sports/lotus/elise.g

would return valid geometry.


and requesting

gs://geoserv.brlcad.org/wheeled/civilian/cars/sports/lotus/elise.png

would return a PNG image of the associated geometry.