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TSTool Release Notes- 10.21.00
Release Notes for Version 10.21.00
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Release Notes TSTool Documentation <br />4 - Appendix – Release Notes <br />TSTool <br />Version <br /> <br />Summary of Changes in Version <br />Release <br />Date <br />6.10.07 Maintenance release – convert some commands to use named <br />parameters. <br />2005 -08 -24 <br />6.10.06 Release corresponding to the CDSS CD release. 2005 -08 -04 <br />6.10.05 Respond to CDSS tes ting feedback. 2005 -08 -01 <br />6.10.04 Respond to CDSS testing feedback. Add additional query filters for <br />HydroBase stations and structures. <br />2005 -07 -20 <br />6.10.03 BETA Begin phasing in saving time series products to HydroBase and <br />RiversideDB. <br />2005 -07 -08 <br />6.10.0 2 BETA Update the openHydroBase() command to use free -format <br />parameters. <br />2005 -06 -28 <br />6.10.01 BETA Begin enabling data flags for time series to support enhancements to <br />fill commands. <br />2005 -06 -03 <br />6.10.00 BETA Initial release supporting HydroBase stored proce dures with initial <br />prototypes of Mixed Station Analysis and related features. Implement <br />new message log viewer and commands to simplify comparison of <br />time series. <br />2005 -06 -01 <br />6.09.03 Maintenance release. 2004 -12 -21 <br />6.09.02 Maintenance release. 2004 -10 -05 <br />6.09.01 Add NWSRFS FS5Files input type. 2004 -09 -01 <br />6.09.00 Add readHydroBase() commands. 2004 -08 -27 <br />6.08.02 Documentation made current to include all version 6 changes. 2004 -07 -27 <br />6.08.01 Allow HydroBase connection to be made at startup. 2004 -07 -20 <br />6 .08.00 Allow wildcards in commands that read from StateCU and StateModB <br />input types. <br />2004 -07 -11 <br /> Initial Java version. 1997 -10 -23 <br /> <br />Known Limitation When saving time series product (*.tsp ) files, the absolute path of files is saved. This <br />is not as portab le as saving a path relative to the command file. It may be necessary to edit the product <br />file manually to change file paths from absolute to relative – the relative path will then be converted to <br />absolute when processed and time series files will be foun d, assuming that the locations are consistent . <br />Known Limitation The ReadStateCUB() command, unlike other read commands, does not provide a <br />discovery mode. Consequently, other commands will not be provided with a list of time series identifiers <br />for the bin ary file. The reason for this is that StateMod and StateCU binary files can contain a huge <br />number of time series and providing a list could be overwhelming and slow. Alternatives are being <br />evaluated. Currently, commands that reference time series in the binary files must use more generic <br />selection methods such as TSLIST=AllMatchingTSID and TSID with wildcards. <br />Known Limitation Plotting features do not know understand the concept of instantaneous, mean, and <br />accumulated time series (referred to as the time scale). All values are plotted at data value date/time. In <br />the future, features may be implemented to automatically determine from the data type and time scale <br />whether to adjust the visual representation based on the time scale. <br />Known Limitation Using t he SetWorkingDir() command may result in warnings after commands <br />are edited. This is due to the initial checks on filenames not fully recognizing the impacts of previous <br />SetWorkingDir() commands. It is recommended that the SetWorkingDir() command be <br />avoi ded and that paths be specifie d relative to the command file. <br />
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