Hi Scott

Thank you very much for your quick reply!

after fixing (ie replacing "galaxy.web.controllers.library_common" with "galaxy.webapps.galaxy.controllers.library_common") in the following four files:

~/templates/library/common/library_dataset_search_results.mako
                           ldda_info.mako
                           browse_library_opt.mako
                           browse_library.mako


it works!  -  both on the fresh install and the upgraded server


@Alex:  I hope this solves your problem as well.



Regards Hans-Rudolf


Than

On 10/18/2012 06:12 PM, Scott McManus wrote:

This was fixed in galaxy-central last week and should be part of
galaxy-dist. What happened is that controllers were migrated and a
couple of modules were left out. See changeset 210c39f4bf7f or later,
which I believe was fixed on October 4th.

In particular, the problem you're seeing had to do with the
templates/library/common/library_common.mako pointing to
galaxy.web.controllers.library_common instead of
galaxy.webapps.galaxy.controllers.library_common.
A few other files had also been affected.

-Scott

----- Original Message -----
Hi Alex

I am in the same situation, updating our galaxy servers to the "Oct
5th"
release (changeset: 7824:b5bda7a5c345), and I have encountered the
same
problem. I guess, there are actually two problems:


First problem - this happens with a fresh install:
==================================================

I can't create a library at all, I get the following error message:

        Error attempting to display contents of library (foo): No
        module named  controllers.library_common.



There have been a few commits on "library_common.py" over the last
few
days, which might solve this problem.....?



Second problem - this happens after upgrading an existing
installation
======================================================================

Like the situation you reported earlier this morning, I get:


        Error attempting to display contents of library (haruhotz):
        name 'UsesFormDefinitions' is not defined.


I manage to track down the problem to the fact that

in the old version, we've had

~/lib/galaxy/web/controllers/


which apparently has been replaced by

~/lib/galaxy/webapps/galaxy/controllers/


if I remove ~/lib/galaxy/web/controllers/


I get a new error:

        Error attempting to display contents of library (haruhotz): No
        module named library_common.


which is very similar to the error you get with a fresh install


Obviously, old stuff (ie ~/lib/galaxy/web/controllers/) is still used
after the upgrade.


Sorry, no solution yet, but maybe it helps the developers to track
down
the problem and help us getting the servers running again.



Regards Hans-Rudolf


On 10/18/2012 10:48 AM, Alexander Graf wrote:
Hi,
yesterday I updated Galaxy to the latest revision and now it is not
possible to access any Data Libraries or to create a new one.
Galaxy shows me a read box with following error message:

*Error attempting to display contents of library
(100326_HWUSI-EAS632R_0002): name 'UsesFormDefinitions' is not
defined.*

The log file message is:

/"GET
/galaxy/library_common/browse_library?sort=name&webapp=galaxy&f-description=All&f-name=All&page=1&cntrller=library&show_item_checkboxes=false&async=false&operation=browse&id=9d04ee723dc2cac7
HTTP/1.1" 302 -
"http://x.x.x.x/galaxy/library/browse_libraries?status=error&use_panels=False&message=Error+attempting+to+display+contents+of+library+%100326_HWUSI-EAS632R_0002%29%3A+name+__sq__UsesFormDefinitions__sq__+is+not+defined.";
"Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) /

Any ideas how to solve this problem or were to start
troubleshooting?

Thank you in advance

Alex




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