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AWIPS II Site Migration Status and Input. By Mr. Ashley Kells Site Migration Project Manager. Areas of Focus. Local Applications GFE Smart Tools, Smart Initializations, Text Formatters and Procedures D2D Procedures and Bundles Triggers and Crons Site Configuration Files

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Awips ii site migration status and input

AWIPS II Site Migration Status and Input

By

Mr. Ashley Kells

Site Migration Project Manager

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


Areas of focus
Areas of Focus

  • Local Applications

  • GFE Smart Tools, Smart Initializations, Text Formatters and Procedures

  • D2D Procedures and Bundles

  • Triggers and Crons

  • Site Configuration Files

  • Migrating to Velocity Templates

    • WarnGen

    • RiverPro

    • Other Uses

  • Miscellaneous Files

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


Local applications
Local Applications

  • Infrastructure will hopefully begin to take shape in the TO10 Time frame with the introduction of the following:

    • Command Line Interface (CLI)

    • TextDB Migration

    • handleOUP Migration

    • Subscriptions and Quartz

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


Gfe smart tools smart initializations text formatters and procedures
GFE Smart Tools, Smart Initializations, Text Formatters and Procedures

  • Although the GFE infrastructure supports limited migration efforts, we need to start migrating now!!!

    • 11% of GFE Smart Initialization

    • 27% of GFE SmartScript functionality

    • 0% of the GFE Procedures

    • Limited Text Formatters functionality

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


TO9 GFE Baseline Smart Init Procedures

Functionality Evaluation

TO9 GFE Baseline Smart Tools

Functionality Evaluation

*NOTE: 1 Smart Init was new in TO9

**NOTE: Four Smart Tools are ISC-based (TO11)

TO9 GFE Baseline SmartScript Method

Functionality Evaluation

TO9 GFE Baseline Procedure

Functionality Evaluation

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


NOTE: Based on OB8.3 Menu Procedures

TO9 GFE Menu

Yes/No Evaluation

TO9 GFE Menu

Functionality Evaluation

TO9 GFE Test Case

Functionality Evaluation

TO9 GFE Test Case

Text Formatter Evaluation

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


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GFE Smart Tools, Smart Initializations, Text Formatters and Procedures

  • 13151 Unique Tools/Procedures/Utilities at WFOs

  • 9715 depend on methods tagged “Not Ported Yet”

  • Some of the 9715 may need to be reworked based on replacement of AFPS.py

  • Evaluation continues

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


D2d procedures and bundles
D2D Procedures and Bundles Procedures

  • SEC will be forming an IWT to brain storm on how to migrate Procedures from AWIPS I to AWIPS II

  • Any geographical dependencies should be OBE in AWIPS II with no model clipping.

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


Triggers and crons
Triggers and Crons Procedures

  • In the TO10 timeframe, sites will need to migrate their Triggers and Crons to their AWIPS II eqiuvalents:

    • Triggers -> Subscriptions

    • Crons -> Quartz

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


Migrating to velocity templates
Migrating to Velocity Templates Procedures

  • Sites should become familiar with the Velocity template language.

    • WarnGen

    • RiverPro

    • Other uses

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


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Migrating to Velocity Templates Procedures

  • Velocity Template overview

    • Velocity is a Java based template engine.

    • Templates contain Text, Variable (references) and the Velocity Template Language (VTL).

      • Text is output unchanged.

      • Variable can be Java Objects.

      • VTL is a scripting language.

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


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Migrating to Velocity Templates Procedures

WarnGen

  • 3 of 19 Templates Delivered in TO9 (TOR, SVR and SVS).

  • Now includes some lifecycle capability.

  • In TO8, many local WarnGen customization could not be accomplished.

  • More information by the SST on the WarnGen Velocities Templates can be found at:

    http://www.nws.noaa.gov/ost/SEC/AE/Site_Migration.htm

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


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Migrating to Velocity Templates Procedures

RiverPro

  • Raytheon (RTS) has decided to wrap much of Hydro code.

    • Impact is that RiverPro formatter templates will not need to be migrated.

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


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Migrating to Velocity Templates Procedures

  • Other uses

    • Velocity templates are used in the micro-engine. Should have no impact on the duties of the forecasters and even the System Administrators.

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


Comments and Questions Procedures

TO9 Fit Briefing - 12/3/2008


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