Follow up to this - While playing with the API, the name is actually stored
with '.gz'.  Somewhere along the way, galaxy updates the name in the
database to not have a '.gz' extension.

On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 4:37 PM, Ryan G <> wrote:

> I'm uploading a bunch of fastq.gz files to a data library.  I'm currently
> doing this one file at a time to test some API functionality.  I noticed
> that right after the web page refreshes itself, the file name is displayed
> with a '.gz' at the end.  If I navigate to the data library by clicking on
> 'Manage Data Libraries", etc, the file is displayed without the '.gz'.
> Not a big deal, but it was throwing me off for a while trying to figure
> out how to use the underlying API.
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