Well host is probably not enough - it doesn't seem like a good idea to
assume http right? There is the prefix and (trans.request.scheme) that
could be missing. Is trans.request.base what you want? Maybe
trans.request.path_url? It should be possible to recover that from
trans I guess - though I don't know exactly what parts of the request
you need to use.
So this isn't in stable yet - but there is going to be a sanctioned
way for Galaxy deployers to describe what the URL to their Galaxy
instance should be for internal consumption (stuff like docker
containers and Pulsar)
It will be settable in config/galaxy.ini and accessible via
trans.app.config.galaxy_infrastructure_url. There is a related
attribute trans.app.config.galaxy_infrastructure_url_set which if True
specifies that the deployer actually filled in a value and this is not
Galaxy's best guess at what URL should be used to access it. If it is
false - probably best to fallback to something like trans and the
request if you have it.
Hope this helps some.
On Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 9:28 PM, Dooley, Damion <damion.doo...@bccdc.ca> wrote:
> After uploading my beta status tool to our test toolshed, I tried installing
> it on another of our galaxy servers but it wasn't able to find the api
> endpoint url. Is there a way to automatically do this within tool forms? I
> was hoping to avoid hardcoding this as part of the tool installation process.
> I'd thought I had it automated:
> In tool's form, a dynamic_options param
> <param name="api_url" display="radio" type="drill_down" label="For
> user with Galaxy API Key" dynamic_options="vdb_init_tool_user(__trans__)" />
> was able to pass "trans" galaxy structure so I got as far as this python:
> self.api_url = 'http://' + trans.request.host
> ... but this yeilds
> rather than what's needed, the path to a particular installation:
> I couldn't find a way to read the /galaxylab/ setting from the (slightly
> dated) universe_wsgi.ini config file - without say reading the file and
> parsing it. Is there an __app__.config.prefix or somesuch variable where
> this info is?
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