After a lot of head banging and then realizing that you stressed
"sequencing" I realized I had a capitalization error.  Case-sensitive!
 Everything seems to be working fine now, and I will be customizing it some
more via the yaml file.

Thank you Brad.  You are awesome that you are so responsive.

On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 9:35 AM, Brad Chapman <> wrote:

> Lee;
> > Hi, what roles are embedded in nglims? (am I calling it by the right
> > name?)
> >
> > I have a "sequencing" role which will be given to anyone submitting a
> > request, and that seems to be working just fine.  I am also using the
> yaml
> > form to edit the submission form, and I think it's beautifully
> > implemented.
> The "sequencing" role is the only embedded role and is for the
> sequencing team, not individual researchers submitting samples.
> Individuals researchers can be regular Galaxy users and will have access
> to all of the sample submission forms but not the web forms to move
> samples through the back end process.
> The idea with the "sequencing" role was exactly as you describe. Give
> the sequencing team access to nglims sample tracking without needing
> them to be administrators on Galaxy.
> Glad you've got things up and running,
> Brad

Lee Katz, Ph.D.
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