I cannot speak to the code running twi, but are using a unique_value
filter? The dynamic_options code use to completely lock up our galaxy
server for minutes at a time before I applied this optimization:
It is only relevant if you are using a unique_value filter though.
On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 11:07 AM, Mutlu Dogruel <mutludogr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I wrote a script for dynamically populating a user form. It works but
> it's slow. When I checked the Galaxy log, I saw that the method called
> by my custom tool's xml is being run twice (the same debugging lines
> appear twice in the log, and that happens consistently). Is there any
> explanation for this? The script returns a list of strings fetched
> from a remote server. It's running a bit slow, taking up to 6 seconds,
> so it would be great if I can half that!
> For testing purposes, I wrote a dummy method that returns a few
> characters in a list of tuples. Again, my print statement in the
> Python script is called twice. Has anyone noticed such behaviour?
> Could it be related to this Galaxy bug:
> The Galaxy script shown on that page says:
> "NOTE: This is wasteful since dynamic options and dataset collection
> happens twice (here and when generating HTML)."
> Best regards,
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