On Jan 17, 2012, at 5:51 PM, Carlos Borroto wrote:
> I tried a few more things. I see when I try to update a dataset in a
> library the "The resource could not be found" goes a way, although
> still nothing gets updated:
> ./update.py <my_key>
> The dataset doesn't get updated.
> Is it possible to update datasets in a history? If so, how?. And, what
> I'm still doing wrong here causing the dataset in the library not to
> get updated?
Unfortunately, updating history items via the API is not currently implemented.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
> Thanks in advance for any help,
> On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 4:56 PM, Carlos Borroto
> <carlos.borr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm trying to use the update.py script and is not clear for me what to
>> use for 'url' in the usage line:
>> usage: create.py key url [key=value ...].
>> Which I'm guessing is just a carry over from create.py.
>> I tried passing the direct link to the dataset:
>> $ ./update.py <my_key>
>> HTTP Error 404: Not Found
>> 404 Not Found
>> The resource could not be found.
>> No action for /api/histories/0397e7c5778be5ee/contents/45d854c903d27dcf
>> Just to show you this dataset does exists:
>> $ ./display.py <my_key>
>> Member Information
>> misc_blurb: 4.3 Gb
>> name: BMD01.GAIIx.1.fastq
>> data_type: fastqillumina
>> deleted: False
>> state: ok
>> download_url: /datasets/45d854c903d27dcf/display?to_ext=fastqillumina
>> visible: True
>> genome_build: ?
>> model_class: HistoryDatasetAssociation
>> metadata_sequences: None
>> file_size: 4644313368
>> metadata_data_lines: None
>> id: 45d854c903d27dcf
>> misc_info: uploaded fastq file
>> metadata_dbkey: ?
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