Very sorry for the delay in response. The sample file that was included was
incorrect, but has been updated in changeset 5775:4220f8a5c571 and should now
display an interface.
If you would like to use or run the tool, you may find
$GALAXY_ROOT/scripts/tools/annotation_profiler/README.txt helpful. Please let
us know if you encounter further difficulties.
Thanks for using Galaxy,
On Jun 8, 2011, at 8:10 AM, Hans-Rudolf Hotz wrote:
> we are looking into different methods to display dynamic contents in the tool
> user interface.
> To start, we looked at the 'Operate on Genomic Intervals:Profile Annotations'
> tool. We turned it on in a local installation (May 20, "8c11dd28a3cf"
> release), but we struggled to get the interface to work.
> On 'http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/', the tables to choose from are only displayed
> if there is a history item with: "format: bed, database: hg18".
> But in our local test installation, we don't get the list of tables, no
> matter whether we have a ('hg18') bed file in our history or not. It looks
> like as if the 'from_file="annotation_profiler_options.xml"' statement in the
> "annotation_profiler.xml" is ignored.
> I know, the file 'annotation_profiler_options.xml' is read, since I get an
> error during restart, if I provide invalid xml.
> Is there anything else, I have to enable, in order to get this interface to
> work? Currently, I don't care about the tools functionality, I just want the
> (cool) interface to work.
> Thank you very much for your help.
> Regards, Hans
> PS: this question is connected to Tim's question yesterday - I just
> should have sent mine first - sorry.
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