Data Access Layer

InterOpMay2008 Sessions

Trieste, May 19-23

Provisional agenda

Session 1 (Tuesday 20 May 2008, 09.00-10.30, Ocean AB)


This session will discuss TAP/Param, TAP/QL, theory and prototyping efforts and how the TAP variants will converge.

Speakers will include: Doug who will give a report on the progress of TAP/Param addressing the scope, concept & interface. Keith will present an overview of the TAP/QL specification and then a general discussion will be held to thrash out the details of Table Access and how we can start the process of merging the various requirements into a single standard.

Session 2 (Thursday 22 May 2008, 11.00-12.30, Ocean AB)

S*AP and Footprint

This session will discuss all things S*AP and Footprint services. Doug will give an update on the progress of SIA V2 and Francois will give a demo of SIA V2 in Aladin. Gretchen and Francois will report on the progress defining Footprint requirements and Use Cases and Gretchen will give a demo of the prototype NVO Footprint service.

Session 3 (Thursday 22 May 2008, 16.30-18.00, Ocean AB)

DAL/GWS/Registry: getCapabilities

(See the G&WS agenda for more details.

TAP Plenary

Presentation and conclusions

-- KeithNoddle - 12 May 2008
Topic attachments
I Attachment History Action Size Date Who Comment
PDFpdf Footprint.pdf r1 manage 2319.9 K 2008-07-22 - 09:39 FrancoisBonnarel Footprint and FOV display use cases+ requirements
PDFpdf SIA2Query.pdf r1 manage 1014.3 K 2008-07-22 - 11:52 FrancoisBonnarel Presentation of an SIA2 query prototype
PowerPointppt footprintSpecIVOA_Trieste2008.ppt r1 manage 223.5 K 2008-05-22 - 09:38 GretchenGreene Footprint service specification
PDFpdf siav2-trieste.pdf r1 manage 84.3 K 2008-05-22 - 10:28 DougTody SIAV2 scope concept interface development
PDFpdf tap-trieste.pdf r1 manage 95.8 K 2008-05-21 - 17:38 DougTody  
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