don't have my files here.
It is applicable to a local galaxy instance as you probably figured out. You 
cannot do anything on the public galaxy instance.
The documentation is here; option 21 sanitize.
What you basically do is to exclude specific characters like the pipe from 
being sanitised. The grep option as mentioned at 21 is a good example that 
should explain it.
Good luck.

Van: KOH Jia Yu Jayce []
Verzonden: maandag 15 augustus 2011 6:02
Aan: Bossers, Alex
CC: ''
Onderwerp: RE: filter

Hi thanks, but what sanitizer option should I set it to?

-----Original Message-----
From: Bossers, Alex []
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 3:11 PM
To: KOH Jia Yu Jayce
Cc: ''
Subject: RE: filter

If I understand it correctly; You have to check the sanitize option for your 
tool. The pipe (among others) is usually by default sanitised into X.

[] Namens KOH Jia Yu Jayce
Verzonden: donderdag 4 augustus 2011 8:52
Aan: ''
Onderwerp: [galaxy-dev] filter

Filter and Sort -> Filter

I filtered with the following criterion


but in the final output it shows as

Filtering with c16=='X'

and obviously the output contains nothing.

is this a bug or some feature?

After I used <sanitizer sanitize="False"/> the problem was solved.

Is the error intentional and has consequences that we might have missed?  Or is 
it a bug?

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