It works fine now, thanks for the fix! :)

Best,
L-A


Le 30/11/2011 15:20, Greg Von Kuster a écrit :
Hello Ross and Louise-Amelie,

I've just committed what I hope is a fix for this in change set 834de698004e, so when it is convenient can you check things out and let me know? If things are not yet fixed, I'll revert most of what was included in change set 5db0da0007fc, just leaving what is necessary to not throw server errors when running a tool shed that requires users to login. Thanks for your help on this, and sorry for the inconvenience.

Greg Von Kuster


On Nov 30, 2011, at 6:40 AM, Greg Von Kuster wrote:

This is undoubtedly a result of something I broke in change set Commit 5db0da0007fc, so I'll get things functional again. Sorry for the problems this caused you. Ross, does your Galaxy instance have the following config setting in universe_wsgi.ini?
require_login = True

On Nov 30, 2011, at 5:34 AM, Ross wrote:

Louise, I had the same problem.
After
hg revert -r 3ee9430186fb
everything was back to normal for me.
I hope this helps..


2011/11/30 Louise-Amélie Schmitt <louise-amelie.schm...@embl.de <mailto:louise-amelie.schm...@embl.de>>

    Hello,

    We're experiencing a major issue in the web application and
    don't know where to look for a potential solution: Whichever
    link we click on it always brigs us back to the welcome page
    (galaxy/root).

    There are a few exceptions to that:
    - saved histories, saved datasets and api key in the User menu
    that lead to the appropriate pages
    - the tools on the left: even better, they open an new full set
    of Galaxy's frames in the middle frame.

    We tried reverting to the last pull, restarting Apache, checking
    the Apache config file, checking the rights in the static
    directory... and we still do not have the least idea of where to
    look.

    Does anyone have an idea, a lead to explore?

    Thanks,
    L-A
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