Standard -> data values
The method for data values
Data use the complex types (no_met_metdata_x where x = Metdata,
TimeStamp ,Location, WeatherElement) in the WSDL-file. See examples and explanations of use of getMetData.
Inputparameters for getMetData (* = required)
timeserietypeID* - is given as a number. Timeserie
types can be retrieved from method getTimeSerietypesProperties("","")
format, from and to is used only for timeserietypeID: 0, 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9
format - for date (see java SimpleDateFormat). Blank ("") uses the default
from - from start of date is given in date format.
Blank ("") gives today's date.
to - to end of date is given in date format. Blank
("") gives today's date.
stations* - is given as a comma-separated list of
station numbers. Stations can be retrieved from
elements* - is given as a comma-separated list of
character-based element codes. Elements can be retrieved from method
getElementProperties("",""). Elements from a timeserie type can be
retrieved from method getElementsFromTimeserieType(timeserie type).
hours* is only used for timeserietypeID=2, 8 and 9(hours data)
hours - [0,..,23] are given as a comma-separated list. hours are in UTC-time.
months can be used by all timeserie types. Blank ("") returns all
months in a time intervall.
months - [1,..,12] is given as a comma-separated list .
username- is left blank (null or "") for ordinary
users. For some external station owners, brukernavn(username) can be
used. In this case, the user name is the same as in eKlima.
information about getMetData
1000000: is the upper limit on the number of data
points by for a request.
Data points = (times * (days - ((12- months)*30)*years) * elements *
symbol_no: is the element weathersymbolnumber (see symbols
and number in
day column). symbol_no does not exist in
getElementProperties("","") because the meta data does not exist in the
current database. symbol_no can be used in input parameter for
the elements. The elements ww and nn are also in output because symbol_no is based on the elements.
-99999: number is set when missing data from station
observing the element that it asked for. If the station does not
observe element, no data will be shown.
-1.0: for precipitationfor means no precipitation
0.0: for precipitation means observed precipitation
Z: in output for time for example: 2008-07-02T00:00:00.000Z, Z means UTC-time.