[Dhsvm-users] Invalid date error in dhsvm
climon725 at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 15 11:26:37 PST 2008
I have encountered this error before and it turned out that I was missing data for one hour somewhere in the met input file.
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 10:25:34 -0800From: tktesfa2003 at yahoo.comTo: dhsvm-users at u.washington.eduSubject: [Dhsvm-users] Invalid date error in dhsvm
Dear dhsvm users,
I am trying to run the dhsvm tutorial in windows and am getting the following error:
Invalid date specified in: ..\metfiles\leavenworth_1990_99
I tried every possibile checking in all the weather data, configuration file and the code that reads the met data and could not locate the error. It seems a simple one but could not solve it. The met data seems fine. The configuration file needs the start and end dates to be in the met data. Is there someone who has the same exprience with dhsvm?
I hope someone will respond and send me his/her version of configuration file to compare with mine.
Thank you in advance
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