For those who need it in the future, found the solution, so now the html
report/form can trigger the given tool to run. Turns out the tool_state value
wasn't the problem. It was the <input type="hidden" name="input"
value="%(dataset_selection_id)s" /> value that was wrong. Solution: the xml
tool template that triggers rendering of the html form needs to pass the right
dataset id to the form (which then passes it to the target tool) so one needs
to have $selection_file.id passed:
blast_reporting.py $blastxml_file $tabular_file $html_file $out_format
$selection_file $selection_file.id $html_template
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