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=== What can be found in here ===
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=== What can be found in the ODB ===
The Online Database contains specific system information related to the overall operation of the acquisition and also any information that the "MIDAS client" currently involved in an experiment wants to share across different Midas application.
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The Online Database contains specific system information related to the overall operation of the data acquisition (DAQ) and also any information that the "MIDAS client" currently involved in an experiment wants to share across different Midas applications.
  
Most of all transactions for a given experiment go through the ODB.
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Most transactions for a given experiment go through the ODB.
  
Accessing interactively the Midas ODB is done in two possible ways:
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=== Accessing the ODB interactively ===
- Using [[Todbedit|odbedit]] command line.
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Accessing the MIDAS ODB interactively is done in two possible ways:
- Using a web browser accessing the URL of the [[Tmhttpd|midas server]]  
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- Using the [[odbedit|odbedit application]] command line.
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- Using a web browser accessing the URL of the [[mhttpd|midas server]]  
  
The data are structure in a tree form with each "directory" dealing with specific section of the acquisition.
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=== The ODB Structure ===
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The data in the ODB are structured in a '''tree form''' with each "directory" dealing with a specific section of the acquisition.
  
* [[OSystem|ODB:System]]
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=== List of ODB Trees ===
* [[OPrograms|ODB:Programs]]
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* [[/System ODB tree]]
* [[OExperiment|ODB:Experiment]]
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* [[/Programs ODB tree]]
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* [[/Experiment ODB tree]]
 
* [[ORuninfo|ODB:Runinfo]]
 
* [[ORuninfo|ODB:Runinfo]]
 
* [[OSequencer|ODB:Sequencer]]
 
* [[OSequencer|ODB:Sequencer]]

Revision as of 16:04, 2 August 2013

What can be found in the ODB

The Online Database contains specific system information related to the overall operation of the data acquisition (DAQ) and also any information that the "MIDAS client" currently involved in an experiment wants to share across different Midas applications.

Most transactions for a given experiment go through the ODB.

Accessing the ODB interactively

Accessing the MIDAS ODB interactively is done in two possible ways: - Using the odbedit application command line. - Using a web browser accessing the URL of the midas server

The ODB Structure

The data in the ODB are structured in a tree form with each "directory" dealing with a specific section of the acquisition.

List of ODB Trees