in what step did you actually add the datasets to the folder? Also how did
you add it?
On Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at 6:27 PM Ganote, Carrie L <cgan...@iu.edu> wrote:
> Hi Devs,
> Maybe I'm missing something, but I'm having trouble getting permissions
> right on the Data Libraries.
> I can reproduce this:
> As an admin, I go to Manage data libraries.
> On top right, I click Create new data library. Let's call it test.
> I Add a folder in test, called "more testing".
> I check the permissions of the library in Library Actions->Edit
> permissions and make sure that all roles associated are blank.
> I check permissions in more testing to make sure they are all blank.
> I click on Shared Data -> Data Libraries to see if I can view the files
> with the user perspective.
> I click on the Test library I just created:
> Data Library “Test” The data library 'Test' does not contain any datasets
> that you can access.
> I have a fairly recent (April 2015) update to Galaxy.
> Any advice? I first started having trouble getting access for a user to
> their own library; when I associated their role with their own folder, they
> still couldn't see anything they could access. I should at least get an
> empty folder.
> Carrie Ganote
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