Dear colleagues,

I have been struggling with this issue for quite a while now, and I don't seem to find a solution (neither in situ nor in webo).


here it is:

Because of the confidentiality of our data, I have setup both a Galaxy server and a UCSC Genome Browser locally on my server. Both are run through Apache, using the same .htpasswd authentication method and file (ie: same usernmae/password combo for each).

Everything works great except that I do not seem to be able to send/receive data from Galaxy to UCSC and vice versa.

When I try to "get data" from UCSC main (my local instance), I get the followin error:

"Tool execution generated the following error message:
The remote data source application may be off line, please try again later. Error: EOF when reading a line
The tool produced the following additional output:
Enter username for SG at 127.0.0.1:"

where SG is the AuthName in vhost.conf and 127.0.0.1 is UCSC's IP.

Whenever I try to to send data to UCSC ("Display at UCSC main" in the history boxes), I get this guy:
"Expected 200
http://127.0.0.3/display_application/48916fac0de9a85d/ucsc_bigwig/main/b9ba5eb40e0fec32/param/track:
401 Authorization Required"

Where 127.0.0.3 is galaxy's IP.

I have:
- hardcoded username:passowrd on UCSC's "send to galaxy" routine but to no avail - hardcode username:passowrd on Galaxy's definiton of UCSC's "main" URL, but to no avail
- I have removed UCSC authentication, and everything works fine
- I have kept UCSC authentication and let Galaxy "open", doesn't work
- I remove authentication to both servers, and it all works cool.

Somehow, Galaxy doesn't like to talk to a protected UCSC browser.

I'll be happy to post my vhost.conf files if needed.

Can anyone help, please?

Thanks a lot,

Fred

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Federico De Masi, PhD,
Assistant Professor
The Technical University of Denmark - DTU
Center for Biological Sequence Analysis - CBS
Kemitorvet 208/002
DK-2800 KGS. LYNGBY, DENMARK
Telephone: (+45) 45 25 24 21
Fax: (+45) 45 93 15 85
http://rg.cbs.dtu.dk
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