A sample .remoteobjects file follows:
bathymetry=//globec.whoi.edu/globec/gb/bathymetry - Dave Greenberg - Georges Bank bathymetry data triplets bathy_ADCP=//globec.whoi.edu/globec/gb/bathy_ADCP - Charles Flagg - Georges Bank bathymetry from ADCP data drifters=//globec.whoi.edu/globec/gb/drifters - R. Limeburner - Drifter data (WHOI and other sources) MOCNESS=//globec.whoi.edu/globec/gb/MOCNES - Ted Durbin - Preliminary biological counts test=http:/jg/serv/test.html0 - - Test hydrographic data
To view the entries in a .remoteobjects file, enter the URL
where "your.server.name" refers to the internet name for your computer that is running the httpd server and JGOFS software; and "jg/dir" should be typed as shown and provides access to the directory and object listing software. Data objects will appear one per line with the first entry being the object name as defined in the objects file. The second entry (of the three line set) is the name of the contributor. The third entry is a brief desciption of the object. This third entry will also be a link to additonal text, if you have created it. See Instructions for adding data for more information about this feature.
It is important that the formating for this file be carefully followed. In particular, the minus sign followed by a space must be the first two characters of the second and third entry for each object specified.