Hi

In your_galaxy_root_path/lib/galaxy/datatypes/binary.py try adding the extension of your suffix array file type in the unsniffable_binary_formats array.


It would be a good idea to add a class for this file type here too and make sure the datatypes_conf.xml file refers to it.

Hope that helps
L-A


darren.culle...@csiro.au wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I have encountered a problem and I don’t know how to fix it.

We have built a Galaxy instance on a couple of machines here and have built the XML files to use a couple of tools in Galaxy. The input of one of these is a Suffix Array (a binary file). Unfortunately, when I try and upload the Suffix Array, I get the following error message:

/The uploaded binary file contains inappropriate content/

My gut feeling is that it is related to Galaxy trying to preview the file and not being able to determine the type. Is there any way around this? I can provide the file and the tool if you need to investigate it further.

Thanks,

Darren Cullerne

Computational Biology

CSIRO Plant Industry

x5042

+61 2 62465042

darren.culle...@csiro.au <mailto:darren.culle...@csiro.au>

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