On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 10:59 AM, Pierre Lindenbaum
<pierre.lindenb...@univ-nantes.fr> wrote:
> Hi Galaxy,
> I'm trying to put one of my java tool in galaxy.
> I've copied the required files in my tool directory under /tools/jvarkit (I
> can see it galaxy)
>     $ ls
>     commons-jexl-2.1.1.jar
>     commons-logging-1.1.1.jar
>     htsjdk-1.129.jar
>     snappy-java-1.0.3-rc3.jar
>     vcffilterjs.jar
>     vcffilterjs.xml
> Here is the content of vcffilterjs.xml
>       <?xml version="1.0"?>
>       <tool hidden="false"
> id="com.github.lindenb.jvarkit.tools.vcffilterjs.VCFFilterJS"
> version="1.0.0" name="vcffilterjs">
>         <requirements>
>           <requirement type="binary">java</requirement>
>         </requirements>
>         <command><![CDATA[java -cp
> $INSTALL_DIR/commons-jexl-2.1.1.jar:$INSTALL_DIR/commons-logging-1.1.1.jar:$INSTALL_DIR/htsjdk-1.129.jar:$INSTALL_DIR/snappy-java-1.0.3-rc3.jar:$INSTALL_DIR/vcffilterjs.jar
> com.github.lindenb.jvarkit.tools.vcffilterjs.VCFFilterJS -e '${expression}'
> -o ${output} ${input}   2> /tmp/error ]]></command>
>         <inputs>
>           <param format="vcf" name="input" type="data" label="VCF input"/>
>           <param name="expression" type="text" label="javascript
> expression"/>
>         </inputs>
>         <outputs>
>           <data format="vcf" name="output"/>
>         </outputs>
>         <stdio>
>           <exit_code range="1:"/>
>           <exit_code range=":-1"/>
>         </stdio>
>         <help>(...)</help>
>       </tool>
> When I run this tool, the log says:
>        NotFound: cannot find 'INSTALL_DIR'
> If I replace $INSTALL_DIR with \$INSTALL_DIR ,

Yes, you need to escape the dollar sign.

> the  error on stderr is :
>     Error: Could not find or load main class
> com.github.lindenb.jvarkit.tools.vcffilterjs.VCFFilterJS
> How can I make this work ?

Try inserting something like this into the command as a diagnostic:

echo "\$INSTALL_DIR" &amp;&amp;

Where do you define $INSTALL_DIR? Is this environment variable
done at system level, or are you trying to do this within a Galaxy
defined package.

If the later, you need a <requirements type="package" ...> tag,
which cross references a package defined within a
tool_dependencies.xml file. See for example:


> Bonus question: is there a way to catch the error file to display it in
> galaxy when a process fails ?

Which error file? Do you mean stderr? That is captured and
visible via the "eye" icon when the dataset is expanded in
the history pane.

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