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The EIDS Output Wedge provides backward compatibility for EIDS clients to receive EQXML/CUBE from PDL. If you are just starting with PDL, it is recommended you use the ExternalIndexerListener or ExternalNotificationListener interfaces instead.
This is a complete configuration example. Notice that "eidsoutputwedge" is included in the listeners list, and in the section [eidsoutputwedge] the outputFormat is configured as cube.txt.
;; EIDS Output Wedge Config mainclass = gov.usgs.earthquake.distribution.ProductClient ; comma separated list of listener names, ; name corresponds to [name] section below. listeners = eidsoutputwedge ; comma separated list of receiver names receivers = receiver_pdl ;; LOGGING ; one of SEVERE, WARNING, INFO, CONFIG, FINE, FINER, FINEST loglevel = CONFIG ; directory where log files are written logdirectory = log ; whether to redirect console output redirectconsole = false ;; TRACKER ;; The tracker provides centralized tracking. ;; Tracker updates are only sent from this computer when enableTracker is "true" ; whether to send tracker updates from this computer enableTracker = false ; this can be repeated by creating a new section (with a different name) ; adding the section name to the listeners list above, and changing the directory ; and outputFormat [eidsoutputwedge] type = gov.usgs.earthquake.eids.EIDSOutputWedge directory = outputdir tempDirectory = temp #outputFormat = quakeml.xml outputFormat = cube.txt #outputFormat = eqxml.xml ## most clients use this receiver [receiver_pdl] type = gov.usgs.earthquake.distribution.EIDSNotificationReceiver storageDirectory = data/receiver_storage indexFile = data/receiver_index.db trackingfile = data/receiver_pdl_tracking.dat ; the eids server(s) to connect serverHost = ehppdl1.cr.usgs.gov serverPort = 39977 alternateServers = ehppdl2.wr.usgs.gov ; these help minimize internal disk usage, and do not affect output directories ; how long to wait before checking for expired products ; 900000 milliseconds = 15 minutes cleanupInterval = 900000 ; how old products are before considered expired storageage = 900000