Hi Hans!

I try to clarify my problem:

The user selects a reference genome from <param name="reference" type="select" 
label="Select a reference genome" help="">.

So in my scenario the value for $sReference.reference will be either "mm9_64" 
or "hg19". This value is needed

to filter the supported reference annotations in case the user wants 
cuffcompare to be run. That?s why I need

<filter type="param_value" ref="sReference.reference" column="0"/>

I hope this brings some light in my problem ;-)

Cheers,

Sascha

 

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Re: [galaxy-dev] Filter options for type=select based on former selection

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Dienstag, 4. September 2012 12:56

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Hans-Rudolf Hotz (h...@fmi.ch)


Hi Sascha

I don?t quite understand your question...

$sReference.ref is the variable you are looking for, isn?t-it?


Regards, Hans

On 09/04/2012 11:40 AM, Sascha Kastens wrote:
> Hi all!
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> I am facing a simple problem but can t find a solution to solve it.
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> soon as I try to load this configuration
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> I get the error KeyError:  sReference.reference . So it seems, that the
> tool cannot access the key sReference.reference. I figured out that the
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> key from the conditional, i.e. I can use ref="sReference" column="0"/> and no 
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> is not useful because sReference does not contain any value for filtering.
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> Does anybody know how the tool can access variables/keys under a
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> Thanks for any help/hints/advice!
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> Cheers,
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