Hi Jun,

There is probably a problem with the tool design itself, but that may be what you are asking how to solve. I wouldn't think this is a problem with workflows at first pass.


Is this your own tool? Or a tool from the tool shed (the repo developer is usually the one to make changes, unless you want to try)? This is the primary tool development wiki, the " <output> tag set" is where I would double check the tool first.
http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/Tools/ToolConfigSyntax

I am moving this over to the galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu mailing list since it is a tool development question.

Jen
Galaxy team


On 11/8/13 10:19 AM, Jun Fan wrote:

Hi all,

I am trying to creating a workflow from history. One of the tool used generates multiple outputs in the format of gff3, fasta and sam. Gff3 will be visualized in IGV and the fasta file is doing further BLAST analysis. Now the problem is that the automatically generated workflow does not connect the having-multiple-output tool and the BLAST tool. I failed even I tried to connect these two tools in the workflow by hand. I am guessing this is due to only the main output type (gff3) is recognized in the workflow. How could I solve this problem?

Best regards and have a nice weekend!

Jun



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