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SSC 2.0 Web Services Developer's Kit (Document-Literal)


The Satellite Situation Center (SSC) is a system to cast geocentric spacecraft location information into a framework of (empirical) geophysical regions and mappings of spacecraft locations along lines of the Earth's magnetic field. This capability is one key to mission science planning (both single missions and coordinated observations of multiple spacecraft with ground-based investigations) and to subsequent multi-mission data analysis.  While SSCWeb provides access to the system through an HTML-based user interface, these Web services provides a distributed programming interface to SSC.  Figure 1.1-1 shows a simplified view of the software architecture.

Figure 1.1-1 Software Architecture
Client Program

Web services
Unique Client Artifacts

Unique Server Artifacts
JAX-WS Runtime SOAP Message JAX-WS Runtime

Table 1.1-1 describes each component in more detail.

Table 1.1-1.  Component Description
Component Description Source
SSC Client Program A SSC client program.  It may use the SSC unique artifacts and JAX-WS or some other runtime support library. Developed by any organization wishing to use the SSC Web services.
SSC Unique Client Artifacts SSC unique client wrapper to the JAX-WS library.   This code is generated by the wsimport tool included with the Java EE. Provided in the SSC Web services SDK by the group which developed the SSC Web services.
JAX-WS runtime JAX-WS runtime which handles the actual formatting and sending and receiving of SOAP messages. Java EE Application Server.
SSC Unique Ties SSC unique server wrapper to the JAX-WS library.   This code is generated by the wsgen tool included with the Java EE. Automatically generated by the Web Application Server when the SSC Web services are deployed.
SSC Web services The implementation of the SSC Web services.  This component interfaces with existing SSC software and data to fulfill Web service requests. Delivered with the SSC Web services by the group which developed the SSC Web services.


This developer's kit contains the development files required to develop a client application that uses the SSC web services.  This document also provides information to help a developer in developing an SSC web service client.  Specifically, the kit contains the following: This document assumes the reader is already familiar with distributed programming concepts and a programming language but previous knowledge of web services is not required.

Issues common to all types of clients

This sections describes issues related to utilizing the SSC Web Services API from any type of client. That is, the issues described in this section apply to all clients irrespective of the programming language/tools used to develop the client or runtime enviroment in which the client is executed. The following issues are common to all types of clients:

These issues are described below.

Changes to the Web services

We strive not to make changes to the Web services that would cause client applications to fail. Major functional changes and changes to the Web services' public interface are only made at major releases (e.g., R1.0 to R2.0) and not at minor releases (e.g., R1.0 to R1.1). We provide advanced notice of major changes and leave the existing Web services available for a transition period after the new release has been deployed (at a URL that is different from the previous major release). Announcements of both major and minor releases are made to the spdf_announcements e-mail list. All client developers are encouraged to subscribe to this e-mail list so they are aware of changes. Otherwise, it is possible that Web service changes could be made that adversely a developer's client without the developer knowing about the change.

HTTP User-Agent header

You are strongly encouraged to have your client set the HTTP User-Agent header (RFC 2068) to a value that identifies your client application in each SSC Web Service request that it makes. This will allow us to measure the usefulness of these services and justify their continued support. It isn't too important what value you use but it's best if it uniquely identifies your application. The specifics of how to do this in the client varies depending upon the programming language and support libraries used for the client. The example Java client described below contains the code required to set the header in a Java/JAX-RPC client. If you are unable or unwilling to set the User-Agent value in your client but still want us to know that your client uses the SSC Web Services, you may send a description of your client and any comments about the SSC Web Services to SSC.

Server resource limits

There are server computer resource limits imposed on the SSC Web services. While these limits are not expected to be limiting for legitimate requests, making requests for a long period of time or for a large number of spacecraft can exceed these limits and result in a "request exceeded computer resource limits" exception. A client may want to be prepared to deal with such occasions.

How to use the WSDL file

The WSDL file provides a standard description of SSC web services.  The file is available from   You may want to save the file to your computer's disk for later use.

Depending upon your browser's XML capabilities and how it handles an XML file that doesn't contain any style information, you may need to use the browser's "view source" option to view the WSDL in the browser.  Recent versions of Internet Explorer and Mozilla will have no problem displaying the WSDL.  Alternately, you may force the browser to save the WSDL file and view it using another application.  The file should be viewable in a simple text editor.

Many programming languages now understand WSDL and can use this file to automatically invoke SSC services. For example, the WSDL can be imported into .NET, converted into Java code using the JAX-WS wsimport tool, or used directly by Interactive Development Environments (IDEs) like Netbeans. Refer to your particular development tools' documentation to learn how to use the provided WSDL file to develop a client application.  If you are developing your client in a language other than Java or don't want to use the included Java library, then you must use the WSDL and can ignore the next section.

How to use the Java API

For convenience, we have included a Java library based upon JAX-WS.  It is not necessary to use this library but it will be the easiest way for someone developing a Java client to access the SSC Web Services.  You may use the WSDL described above along with any other standards complying web service development tools to develop a client instead of using this library.

The Java API provides an easy to use, high level API for accessing the SSC web services.  It was developed using JAX-WS 2.0.  Here is a description of the SSC Web services Java API .  In order to use the Java library include in this SDK, you must already have a Java JDK with the JAX-WS 2.0 run-time class libraries. Java SE JDK 1.6 through 8 included the JAX-WS run-time class libraries. But for Java 11, you obtain the libraries elsewhere.

The sscWebServiceJaxWs-client.jar library provided with this kit contains an application that can be used to test the client run-time environment with the SSC web services.  To use the test client, use the equivalent of the following, single line command for your environment:

java -jar sscWebServicesJaxWs-client.jar

This should produce output similar to the following:


 Privacy and Important Notices:
 Time to execute getPrivacyAndImportantNotices = 1.421seconds

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   active  Active  60s 1989-09-29T00:00:00Z - 1991-10-04T08:00:00Z    
   akebono  Akebono  60s 1989-02-23T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-08T00:00:00Z    
   apex  APEX-MAIN  60s 1991-12-17T00:00:00Z - 2004-05-01T00:00:00Z    
   astrid2  ASTRID II  60s 1998-12-12T00:00:00Z - 2002-04-03T00:00:00Z    
   cce  CCE (AMPTE/CCE)  60s 1984-08-17T00:00:00Z - 1988-01-01T08:00:00Z 
   champ  CHAMP  60s 2000-11-09T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-08T00:00:00Z    
   chandra  Chandra  60s 2007-01-05T00:46:00Z - 2007-07-10T00:00:00Z
   cluster1  Cluster-1  60s 2000-08-09T12:41:59Z - 2010-01-01T01:58:59Z    
   cluster2  Cluster-2  60s 2000-07-16T14:07:59Z - 2010-01-01T00:10:59Z   
   cluster3  Cluster-3  60s 2000-07-16T14:07:59Z - 2010-01-01T00:57:00Z  
   cluster4  Cluster-4  60s 2000-08-09T12:41:59Z - 2010-01-01T00:36:00Z 
   crres  CRRES  60s 1990-07-25T23:00:00Z - 1991-12-04T08:00:00Z    
   de1  DE-1  60s 1981-08-03T10:37:59Z - 1991-03-02T08:00:00Z    
   de2  DE-2  60s 1981-08-04T00:00:00Z - 1983-02-19T12:19:00Z   
   demeter  DEMETER  60s 2004-08-31T00:00:00Z - 2007-04-30T05:49:00Z    
   dmspf10  DMSP-10  60s 1990-12-02T00:00:00Z - 1999-09-12T00:00:00Z   
   dmspf11  DMSP-11  60s 1991-11-29T00:00:00Z - 2003-09-09T00:00:00Z  
   dmspf12  DMSP-12  60s 1994-09-16T00:00:00Z - 2003-09-09T00:00:00Z 
   dmspf13  DMSP-13  60s 1995-04-13T00:00:00Z - 2007-04-29T00:00:00Z
   dmspf14  DMSP-14  60s 1997-04-20T00:00:00Z - 2007-04-29T00:00:00Z    
   dmspf15  DMSP-15  60s 1999-12-13T00:00:00Z - 2007-04-29T00:00:00Z   
   dmspf16  DMSP-16  60s 2003-10-18T00:00:00Z - 2007-04-29T00:00:00Z  
   dmspf17  DMSP-17  60s 2006-11-05T16:30:00Z - 2007-04-29T00:00:00Z 
   dmspf8  DMSP-8  60s 1990-01-01T00:00:00Z - 1994-09-13T08:00:00Z  
   dmspf9  DMSP-9  60s 1990-01-01T00:00:00Z - 1992-11-01T08:00:00Z 
   doublestar1  Double Star 1  60s 2004-01-03T07:05:59Z - 2007-10-10T12:37:00Z
   doublestar2  Double Star 2  60s 2004-09-16T23:53:59Z - 2007-12-31T23:58:59Z
   equators  Equator-S  60s 1997-12-12T16:00:00Z - 1998-09-24T08:00:00Z    
   fast  FAST  60s 1996-08-22T00:00:00Z - 2009-12-23T00:00:00Z    
   freja  Freja  60s 1992-10-07T00:00:00Z - 2000-05-11T00:00:00Z 
   genesis  Genesis  3600s 2001-08-12T00:00:00Z - 2004-09-07T23:00:00Z    
   geotail  Geotail  720s 1992-07-26T00:00:00Z - 2010-12-31T23:48:00Z    
   gms3  GMS-3  60s 1986-03-25T00:00:00Z - 1986-07-01T00:00:00Z    
   goes10  GOES-10  180s 1998-06-18T00:00:00Z - 2006-12-01T00:00:00Z    
   goes11  GOES-11  180s 2000-05-17T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-09T00:00:00Z   
   goes12  GOES-12  180s 2002-08-15T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-08T00:00:00Z  
   goes13  GOES-13  180s 2006-06-10T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-07T00:00:00Z 
   goes6  GOES-6  180s 1993-12-01T00:00:00Z - 1995-05-01T08:00:00Z  
   goes7  GOES-7  180s 1987-04-15T00:00:00Z - 1998-12-02T00:00:00Z 
   goes8  GOES-8  180s 1994-07-22T00:00:00Z - 2004-05-01T00:00:00Z
   goes9  GOES-9  180s 1995-07-29T00:00:00Z - 2006-01-01T00:00:00Z    
   hawkeye  Hawkeye  180s 1974-06-09T00:00:00Z - 1978-01-01T08:00:00Z
   image  IMAGE  120s 2000-03-27T00:00:55Z - 2006-07-31T22:37:59Z   
   imp7  IMP-7  720s 1972-09-26T00:00:00Z - 1978-10-01T00:00:00Z   
   imp8  IMP-8  300s 1973-10-30T00:00:00Z - 2010-01-01T00:00:00Z  
   interballaurora  Interball Aurora  60s 1996-09-02T00:00:00Z - 1999-07-15T08:00:00Z    
   interballtail  Interball Tail  180s 1995-08-04T00:00:00Z - 2000-10-10T08:00:00Z    
   irm  IRM (AMPTE/IRM)  720s 1984-09-12T00:00:00Z - 1986-08-30T08:00:00Z    
   isee1  ISEE-1  720s 1977-10-23T00:00:00Z - 1987-09-26T06:35:59Z    
   isee3  ISEE-3  720s 1978-08-16T03:43:59Z - 1984-01-31T23:55:59Z    
   iss  ISS  60s 2007-01-01T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-09T00:00:00Z    
   lanl01  LANL-01  180s 2005-06-07T11:00:00Z - 2007-06-14T00:00:00Z    
   lanl02  LANL-02  180s 2005-06-07T09:00:00Z - 2007-06-14T00:00:00Z   
   lanl89  LANL-89  180s 1993-03-15T00:00:00Z - 2001-04-03T02:00:00Z  
   lanl90  LANL-90  180s 1994-05-20T00:00:00Z - 2005-11-10T00:00:00Z 
   lanl91  LANL-91  180s 1993-10-27T02:00:00Z - 2004-11-19T00:00:00Z
   lanl94  LANL-94  180s 1996-01-01T00:00:00Z - 2007-06-14T00:00:00Z    
   lanl97  LANL-97  180s 1997-07-04T23:00:00Z - 2007-06-14T00:00:00Z   
   microlab1  Microlab1  60s 2000-01-01T00:00:00Z - 2005-04-30T00:00:00Z    
   mir  MIR  60s 1995-07-26T00:00:00Z - 2000-11-29T00:00:00Z    
   moon  Moon  1728s 1991-07-01T00:00:00Z - 2013-07-05T23:31:11Z    
   moonapollo  Moon-Apollo-Era  1728s 1969-01-01T00:00:00Z - 1977-12-31T23:31:11Z    
   msx  MSX  60s 1996-04-25T00:00:00Z - 1999-03-04T00:00:00Z    
   noaa12  NOAA-12  60s 1991-05-16T00:00:00Z - 1998-05-02T00:00:00Z    
   noaa14  NOAA-14  60s 1995-01-14T00:00:00Z - 2004-05-01T00:00:00Z   
   noaa15  NOAA-15  60s 1998-05-26T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-08T00:00:00Z  
   noaa16  NOAA-16  60s 2000-09-27T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-08T00:00:00Z 
   noaa17  NOAA-17  60s 2002-06-25T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-08T00:00:00Z
   oersted  Oersted  60s 1999-05-15T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-09T00:00:00Z    
   ogo6  OGO-6  60s 1969-06-05T00:00:00Z - 1970-01-01T08:00:00Z    
   ohzora  Ohzora  60s 1984-02-20T00:00:00Z - 1986-04-12T08:00:00Z
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   reimei  Reimei  60s 2005-08-25T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-07T00:00:00Z    
   sampex  SAMPEX  60s 1992-07-04T00:00:00Z - 2005-01-01T00:00:00Z   
   scatha  SCATHA  60s 1979-02-05T00:00:00Z - 1991-01-01T08:00:00Z  
   snoe  SNOE  60s 1998-02-27T00:00:00Z - 2004-05-01T00:00:00Z    
   soho  SOHO  720s 1995-12-05T00:00:00Z - 2007-07-15T23:48:00Z  
   st5a  ST5-A  60s 2006-03-23T00:00:00Z - 2006-08-28T00:00:00Z 
   st5b  ST5-B  60s 2006-03-23T00:00:00Z - 2006-08-29T00:00:00Z
   st5c  ST5-C  60s 2006-03-23T00:00:00Z - 2006-08-29T00:00:00Z    
   stereoa  STEREO-Ahead  720s 2006-10-27T00:00:00Z - 2007-12-31T23:48:00Z    
   stereob  STEREO-Behind  720s 2006-10-27T00:00:00Z - 2007-12-31T23:48:00Z  
   themisa  THEMIS-A (P5)  60s 2007-02-17T23:01:29Z - 2009-12-18T00:28:59Z  
   themisb  THEMIS-B (P1)  60s 2007-02-17T23:01:29Z - 2009-12-18T00:28:59Z 
   themisc  THEMIS-C (P2)  60s 2007-02-17T23:01:29Z - 2009-12-18T00:28:59Z
   themisd  THEMIS-D (P3)  60s 2007-02-17T23:01:29Z - 2009-12-18T00:28:59Z    
   themise  THEMIS-E (P4)  60s 2007-02-17T23:01:29Z - 2009-12-18T00:28:59Z   
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 Time to execute getAllSatellites = 0.156seconds

 Ground Stations:
   SPA  -89.99  -13.32  South Pole
   SBF  -77.85  166.75  Scott Base
   MCM  -77.85  166.7  McMurdo
   SPL  -76.0  -84.0  Siple
   HBA  -75.52  -26.6  Halley Bay
   MZH  -70.43  40.2  Mizuho
   SYO  -69.01  39.59  Syowa
   MAF  -67.62  62.89  Mawson
   FRZ  -62.08  -58.39  Ferraz
   CCF  -43.83  172.68  Christchurch
   ADF  -34.56  138.48  Adelaide
   CTO  -33.95  18.47  Cape Town
   AQF  -16.5  -71.5  Arequipa
   HUA  -12.05  -75.34  Huancayo
   JRO  -11.9  -76.0  Jicamarca
   CIA  1.95  -157.3  Christmas Island
   KGO  9.3  -5.4  Korhogo
   GUA  13.58  144.87  Guam
   ARO  18.3  -66.75  Arecibo
   SJG  18.38  -66.12  San Juan
   TEO  19.74  99.19  Teoloyucan
   HON  21.32  -158.06  Honolulu
   FIT  28.07  -80.95  Florida Tech.
   JAX  30.35  -81.6  Jacksonville Univ.
   SLU  30.44  90.73  SE Louisiana Univ.
   TUC  32.25  -110.83  Tucson
   USC  33.34  -81.46  Univ. S. Carolina
   MUI  34.8  136.1  Shigaraki
   LAL  35.88  106.67  Los Alamos
   KAK  36.23  140.19  Kakioka
   DSO  36.25  -81.4  Dark Sky Obs.
   BERK  37.881  -122.244  THM_Berkeley
   ASH  37.95  58.11  Ashkhabad
   FRD  38.2  -77.4  USGS Fredericksburg
   ONW  38.43  141.47  Onagawa
   AFA  39.01  104.88  USAFA Colorado
   APL  39.17  -76.88  Applied Physics Lab.
   GDN  39.75  -105.16  Golden
   UIL  40.1  -88.1  Urbana
   PLA  40.13  -104.5  Platteville
   BLD  40.13  105.24  Boulder
   BOU  40.14  -105.24  Boulder
   CSL  40.59  -105.14  Ft Collins
   TKT  41.33  69.62  Tashkent
   USI  41.4  -111.5  Bear Lake
   TFS  42.09  44.71  Tbilisi
   WES  42.38  -71.32  Weston
   PFP  42.4  -86.93  Peach Mountain
   MLH  42.6  -71.48  Millstone Hill
   DUM  43.12  -70.94  Durham
   AAA  43.2  76.9  Alma-Ata
   GTF  43.62  -71.95  Grafton Test Facility
   CLK  44.7  -75.0  Clarkson University
   OTT  45.4  -75.5  Ottawa
   NKK  45.8  62.1  Novokazalinsk
   STJ  47.59  -52.68  St. Johns
   NEW  48.26  -117.12  Newport
   VIC  48.52  -123.42  Victoria
   KAPU  49.39  -82.32  THM_Kapuskasing
   GLL  49.6  -97.1  Glenlea
   CHBG  49.81  -74.42  THM_Chibougamau
   KGD  49.82  73.08  Karaganda
   DOU  50.1  4.6  Dourbes
   PINA  50.16  -96.07  THM_Pinawa
   KIV  50.72  30.3  Kiev
   RDL  50.9  -93.5  Red Lake
   COF  52.0  15.0  Collm
   SHF  52.16  -106.53  Saskatoon
   IRT  52.46  104.04  Irkutsk
   GBAY  53.32  -60.46  THM_Goose Bay
   NIP  53.5  -103.7  Nipawin
   PGEO  53.82  -122.83  THM_Prince George
   ISL  53.88  -94.68  Island Lake
   TPAS  53.99  -100.94  THM_Flin Flon/The Pas
   MEA  54.62  -112.33  Meanook
   KNG  54.7  20.62  Kaliningrad
   ATHA  54.71  -113.31  THM_Athabasca
   NVS  55.03  82.9  Novosibirsk
   ESK  55.32  -3.2  Eskdalemuir
   MOS  55.48  37.31  Moscow
   GILL  56.35  -94.66  THM_Gillam
   TMK  56.47  84.93  Tomsk
   NAIN  56.5  -61.7  THM_Nain
   SNKQ  56.54  -79.23  THM_Sanikiluaq
   FMM  56.73  -111.38  Fort McMurray
   SVD  56.73  61.07  Sverdlovsk
   LYN  56.85  -101.07  Lynn Lake
   SIT  57.05  -135.33  Sitka
   BKC  57.68  -94.23  Back
   RBL  58.22  -103.67  Rabbit Lake
   FCC  58.8  -94.1  Fort Churchill
   STM  59.5  18.2  Stockholm
   UPP  59.8  17.6  Uppsala
   LNN  59.95  30.71  Leningrad
   FSMI  59.98  -111.84  THM_Fort Smith
   WFP  60.06  -128.58  Watson Lake
   MGD  60.12  151.02  Magadan
   NUR  60.51  24.66  Nurmijarvi
   WHIT  61.01  -135.22  THM_White Horse
   EKP  61.1  -94.07  Eskimo Point
   NAQ  61.1  -45.2  Narssarssuaq
   AMU  61.24  -149.87  Anchorage
   POD  61.6  90.0  Podk. Tunguska
   FSIM  61.76  -121.22  THM_Fort Simpson
   YAK  62.02  129.72  Yakutsk
   TLK  62.3  -150.1  Talkeetna
   FHF  62.32  26.61  Hankasalmi
   GAKO  62.41  -145.16  THM_HAARP/Gakona
   YKC  62.4  -114.5  Yellowknife
   RANK  62.83  -92.11  THM_Rankin Inlet
   MCGR  62.95  -155.6  THM_Mcgrath
   IQA  63.8  -68.6  Iqaluit
   WHF  63.86  -22.02  Stokkseyri
   EHF  63.86  -19.2  Pykkvibaerehf
   DWC  64.07  -139.42  Dawson City
   BLC  64.33  -96.03  Baker Lake
   ARK  64.6  40.5  Arkhangelsk
   LYS  64.62  18.77  Lycksele
   HSF  64.67  -21.03  Husafell
   EKAT  64.72  -109.33  THM_Lac de Gras/Ekati
   CMO  64.85  -147.83  College
   NOW  64.9  -125.5  Norman Wells
   OUL  65.1  25.85  Oulu
   COW  65.73  -111.25  Contwoyto Lake
   IFJ  66.08  -23.13  Isafjordur
   TJN  66.2  -17.12  Tjornes
   FYKN  66.56  -145.21  THM_Fort Yukon
   PEL  66.9  24.08  Pello
   KIAN  66.97  -160.44  THM_Kiana
   STF  67.02  -50.72  Sondrestrom
   SOD  67.37  26.65  ECAT-Sodankyla
   KIR  67.83  20.42  ECAT-Kiruna
   MUO  68.02  23.53  Muonio
   AVI  68.13  -145.57  Arctic Village
   INUV  68.41  -133.77  THM_Inuvik
   IVA  68.6  27.48  Ivalo
   ALT  68.9  22.96  Alta
   CPS  68.92  -179.48  Cape Schmidt
   MMK  68.95  33.05  Murmansk
   KAU  69.02  23.05  Kautokeino
   KIL  69.05  20.7  Kilpisjarvi
   CBB  69.2  -105.0  Cambridge Bay
   GDH  69.24  -53.52  Godhavn
   NOK  69.4  88.1  Norilsk
   AMD  69.47  61.42  Amderma
   TRO  69.66  18.95  ECAT-Tromso
   KEV  69.76  27.01  Kevo
   CPY  70.17  -124.72  Cape Parry
   SOE  70.54  22.22  Soroya
   BRW  71.3  -156.75  Barrow
   TIK  71.58  129.0  Tixie Bay
   SKG  71.9  82.1  Sopoch. Karga
   SAH  72.0  -125.0  Sachs Harbor
   DIK  73.54  80.56  Dixon Island
   RES  74.7  -94.9  Resolute Bay
   IZV  75.9  82.7  Izvestia
   KOT  76.0  137.9  Kotelny
   MBC  76.2  -119.4  Mould Bay
   HRN  77.0  15.55  Hornsund
   TFP  76.53  -68.44  Thule
   THL  77.48  -69.17  Thule/Qaanaaq
   UDN  77.5  82.3  Uedinenie
   ESR  78.15  16.03  ECAT-Svalbard
   VIZ  79.5  78.1  Vize
   LNC  78.9  12.0  Ny Alesund
   HIS  80.62  58.05  Heiss Island
   NOC  81.6  -16.6  Nord
   ALE  82.5  -62.5  Alert
 Time to execute getAllGroundStations = 0.109seconds
 xmlStart/End = 2007-06-19T15:06:28.198Z, 2007-06-20T15:06:28.198Z
 start/end date = Tue Jun 19 11:06:28 EDT 2007, Wed Jun 20 11:06:28 EDT 2007

 Orbit getGraphs results:

 getGraphs results:
 result.getStatusCode() = SUCCESS
 result.getStatusSubCode() = SUCCESS

 getGraphs status text is empty

 getGraphs URLs returned:

 Time to execute getGraphs = 1.049seconds

 Map getGraphs results:

 getGraphs results:
 result.getStatusCode() = SUCCESS
 result.getStatusSubCode() = SUCCESS

 getGraphs status text is empty

 getGraphs URLs returned:

 Time to execute getGraphs = 0.883seconds

 Time Series getGraphs results:

 getGraphs results:
 result.getStatusCode() = SUCCESS
 result.getStatusSubCode() = SUCCESS

 getGraphs status text is empty

 getGraphs URLs returned:

 Time to execute getGraphs = 2.498seconds

 getData results:

 Data results:
 result.getStatusCode() = SUCCESS
 result.getStatusSubCode() = SUCCESS

 Data status text is empty
 data.length = 2
 Satellite Data:
   Time                                      GSE                                       Local      Radial     Magnetic     Neutral     Bow         Magneto     Dipole      Dipole    Spacecraft   Radial Trc     GSE      Magnetic   Vectors 
                              X           Y           Z        Lat        Lon           Time      Length     Strength     Sheet       Shock       Pause       L Value     InvLat    Region       Region         X          Y          Z     
      7320.08    -3502.75    -3096.11      -20.88      334.43       10.30     8685.55    11459.25      NA       -83324.40   -61708.34        1.41       32.55   D Psphere   Low Lat        376.19      816.20    11423.95
      7495.65    -3323.90    -2328.66      -15.85      336.09       10.41     8523.84    13021.96      NA       -83215.62   -61712.88        1.44       33.58   D Psphere   Low Lat      -2492.84     1858.45    12645.29
      7601.71    -3114.25    -1539.67      -10.62      337.72       10.51     8357.94    14996.06      NA       -83170.25   -61802.56        1.50       35.38   D Psphere   Low Lat      -6012.58     2961.35    13414.96
      7633.00    -2873.98     -735.63       -5.15      339.37       10.62     8189.24    17403.18      NA       -83192.37   -61946.42        1.61       37.96   D Psphere   Low Lat     -10186.81     4060.97    13513.25
      7584.49    -2603.68       75.99        0.54      341.05       10.74     8019.32    20248.30      NA       -83286.04   -62114.21        1.77       41.28   D Psphere   N Mid-Lat   -14949.73     5060.60    12684.23
   Time                                      GSE                                       Local      Radial     Magnetic     Neutral     Bow         Magneto     Dipole      Dipole    Spacecraft   Radial Trc     GSE      Magnetic   Vectors 
                              X           Y           Z        Lat        Lon           Time      Length     Strength     Sheet       Shock       Pause       L Value     InvLat    Region       Region         X          Y          Z     
    211236.63   327715.49     8652.76        1.27       57.20       15.81   389991.32      NA          NA       256712.54   314215.35       65.89       82.92   Intpl Med   Low Lat        NA          NA          NA    
    208657.88   329627.01     8362.54        1.23       57.67       15.84   390207.65      NA          NA       256076.61   314266.40       67.46       83.01   Intpl Med   Low Lat        NA          NA          NA    
    206065.14   331515.21     8071.63        1.18       58.14       15.88   390423.26      NA          NA       255433.15   314313.60       69.13       83.09   Intpl Med   Low Lat        NA          NA          NA    
    203458.61   333379.93     7780.06        1.14       58.60       15.91   390638.09      NA          NA       254773.90   314356.93       70.69       83.17   Intpl Med   Low Lat        NA          NA          NA    
    200838.55   335221.19     7487.77        1.10       59.07       15.94   390852.19      NA          NA       254102.60   314396.47       71.94       83.23   Intpl Med   Low Lat        NA          NA          NA    

 Time to execute getData = 18.001seconds

 getDataFile results:
 result.getStatusCode() = SUCCESS
 result.getStatusSubCode() = SUCCESS

 getDataFile status text is empty

 getDataFile URLs returned:

 Time to execute getDataFiles = 8.69seconds

 getDataFile results:
 result.getStatusCode() = SUCCESS
 result.getStatusSubCode() = SUCCESS

 getDataFile status text is empty

 getDataFile URLs returned:

 Time to execute getDataFiles 2 = 9.94seconds

Here is the Java source code for the WsExample class.

The sscWebServicesJaxWs-client.jar must be in your classpath when compiling and running any application that wishes to use this method of accessing the SSC web services.


Questions or comments concerning these Web services should be sent to SSC Feedback.

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