Shashi,

All of Galaxy's datasets have the extension ".dat" so your problem is not uncommon. The general solution to this is to create temp files that have the the required extensions for the tool and point them to/ from the actual Galaxy input and output. There are several ways to do this. If you have a wrapper script, you can do it there. See the BWA wrapper for an example in a Python wrapper (tools/sr_mapping/ bwa_wrapper.py, especially lines 223-8). If you have only the XML config file, you can do it there. For an example of this, see the Freebayes tool (tools/human_genome_variation/freebayes.xml). This links two input files to specifically named files.


Let us know if you have further questions.

Kelly


On Wed May 25, at 1:05 PM, shashi shekhar wrote:

Hi All,

I have some problem with extension of file.some executables file will recognize the only the specific extension like autodock . it takes one input file ( extension with ".dpf" ) and one outpt file (extension with ".dlg"). how can we resolve such type of problem .


Regards

Shashi shekhar




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