Hey Damion,

  Because this wasn't explicitly shown in your example e-mail, can you
verify for me that you are putting the filter elements inside of the
options element and not inside of the param element?

-John

On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 10:50 PM, Jennifer Jackson <j...@bx.psu.edu> wrote:
> Moving this over to galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu, the best list for tool design
> questions. Best! Jen, Galaxy team
>
> On 10/30/13 2:24 PM, dam...@learningpoint.ca wrote:
>
> Has anyone run into this?  I'm building a general-purpose filter control on
> my galaxy tool xml template for enabling numeric fields to be filtered by >
> < etc. parameters - in a user friendly way.  I have a select list <para>
> driven by a data table:
> ...
>   <param name="filter_column" type="select" label="Col">
> <options from_data_table="bccdc_blast_fields" />
>   </param>
> ...
> This works fine in building a list of fields to select from.  Then I add
>   <filter type="sort_by" column="1"/>
>   <filter type="add_value" name="TESTESTTEST" value="WHWHWHW" />
>
> but nothing happens, sort remains incorrect and no extra value.  I try these
> same filters on a previous <param> in form that is driven by <options
> from_file="bccdc_blast_bins.loc"> and they work fine.
>
> I also tried applying <fiilter type="static_value" ...> to no avail on
> from_data_table options tag, but from from_file options, no problem.
>
> So I start to think there's a bug whereby NO filters work on <options
> from_data_table="bccdc_blast_fields" /> input?  I've surveyed the
> galaxy.tools.parameters.dynamic_options
> python code, but can't see a decision point there in which from_data_table
> work vs from_file choice is made; is it in another script file?
>
> I'm using a BioLinux 2012 install that includes Galaxy.
>
> Help appreciated!
>
> Regards,
>
> Damion Dooley
> BC Centre for Disease Control
> Vancouver, BC
>
>
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