Notes from the previous meeting
Fritz Mueller and Colin Slater think the table should not be (at least temporarily, before the bug got fixed) directly exposed in the TAP service. In the meantime, we would be looking at fixing the bug. Another reason not to expose the table is that some of its content may be confusing to users. Some columns make sense in
Colin Slater the ETA for getting the TAP schema description for the table this table in IDF is roughly next week.
Igor Gaponenko updates on the R-I system support and the integration tests
Fritz Mueller: in order to improve the test coverage of Qserv we need:
Igor Gaponenko mentioned an idea to make the test catalog synthesizer that would specifically target Qserv functionality
Fritz Mueller: IN2P3 is still waiting before
Fritz Mueller suggested building the new Qserv release after Igor Gaponenko merges the
Igor Gaponenko on status of Qserv at SLAC:
Still working on the stand-alone tool (the task) which needs to be incorporated into the Registry.
No views due to various performance and synchronization complexity issues. Ended up creating the real table in
Just made the PR to be reviewed by Andy Salnikov since it has a lot of Python code.
Made improvements to the configurations using
The operator now generates the configs and injects those into
Fritz Mueller is going to investigate this and fix the one if possible