GAIRMET XML Output Data Format
The GAIRMET XML output has an XML schema
Each row of GAIRMET data is returned as a separate 'GAIRMET' tag, followed by the
GAIRMET fields. Any fields that appear to be missing are either not reported in the GAIRMET or were not parsed.
- GAIRMET fields are returned in the same order, indicated by the
GAIRMET Field Description.
The output includes some statistics about the request, such as the number of
results and the time taken to fulfill the request.
All data is
ordered by descending valid time.
An error message is generated when
an error in the input request prevents the retrieval of data.
If a constraint parameter is missing
and a default value exists, an appropriate warning message is
produced and the default request is fulfilled.
- For a description of the
GAIRMET field names, their units and types, please refer to: GAIRMET Field Description
An example of XML output is below:
All GAIRMETs collected within the past 4 hours for the area bound by the latitude and longitudes: minLon=-120, minLat=40 maxLon=-118 and maxLat=45.
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