Hi Sascha and Ted,

The history panel is undergoing some major revisions and the omission of
the display icon was part of that. It will be re-added today.

Information from a jobs stdout and stderr are still be available using the
'i'nformation icon within each history item's display (You'll see a 'Show
details' bit of help text when you hover your mouse over the icon; clicking
on it will bring up a page with links to display both stdout and stderr).
We'll definitely consider a more extensive error dataset but it may not be
feasible at the moment.

Thanks,
Carl


On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 1:59 PM, Ted Goldstein <t...@soe.ucsc.edu> wrote:

> Let me echo Sascha. I've been thinking about this problem.  I suggest that
> we need an "Error Document" dataset type that contains two kinds
> information:
> 1. which will help the end user correct the problem  (E.g. Please be sure
> to use MAF files not BAM files etc).
> 2. which will help tool developers collect  a bunch of log files..
>
> Error Documents could be aggregated (especially useful in a cluster
> computation).
>
> Then the report a bug button would aggregate the log file document and
> send it to the tool developer.
> Before sending, the end user would be able to see the contents  and be
> sure that they were not posting confidential information offsite.
>
> Thanks
> Ted
>
>
>
> On Nov 20, 2012, at 8:02 AM, MSc. Sascha Kastens wrote:
>
> Hey devs!
>
>
> It seems that many things related to history datasets has changed since I
> have updated my local Galaxy instance and
> the current version.
>
>
> Unfortunately it seems that one cannot "Display data in browser" (eye
> icon) if the dataset is in error state. Where can I
> get that feature back? Some of my tools write logging information to a
> separate logfile which will be in error state if
> the tool fails but contain useful information.
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> Sascha
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