This page is used to review, modify, and submit your cart request. There are three steps to using the page: Review Products Selected for Download, Create Mini-Archive Option, and Continue.
Step 1. Review Products Selected For Download
This section can be expanded to view the list of data products that have been selected for download. You can click on the product id links to open a new product detail browser window specific for the selected product. Individual products can be removed from the list by deselecting the check box on their row and clicking the Remove Unchecked Products from the Cart button. All of the products in the cart can be removed by clicking the Empty the Cart button above the product list.
Check the "Display Individual Files of the Products" check box to see the individual files associated with each product. At this point, you can download individual product files by clicking on the specific files displayed below each Product Id.
The user has the option of downloading an HTML version of the product list from this page. It will include product files if the "Display Individual Files of the Products" check box is checked. Click the "Download HTML version of the product list" hyperlink to download the list. The HTML version of the product list has the advantage of embedded hyperlinks that allow the user to directly download listed product files to their computer. It also includes hyperlinks to specific products detail pages in ODE.
Step 2. Mini-Archive and Derived Files
The next step of the checkout process allows the user to add additional items to their download cart. The user can add the product's corresponding "derived files" to the cart by selecting this option's check box. The term derived files refer to files derived from other PDS science products. ODE generates derived files to improve PDS usability. This option will add coverage footprint files for the products in your cart that are map projected. Mini-archive files can also be selected for addition to the cart. The mini-archive option adds all the data set documentation and supporting materials to make the downloaded cart a "mini-archive." This will be equivalent to a normal PDS archive except that it will only contain the products you selected. In addition to the documentation and supporting materials, the mini-archive will include any instrument team provided browse materials for the products you selected. An estimated time to fulfill the order based on selected download options is included in the selection total row of the download options table. If other customer requests are already in the queue to be processed, this count is displayed, but these requests have already been factored into your order fulfillment time estimate.
Step 3. Continue.