Hi all

Unfortunately I was unable to find this in the documentation or find a 
working example.

In my tool definition I have inputs and outputs like this:

<param name="input_vcfs" type="data" multiple="true" format="vcf" 
label="Input VCF file(s)" />

     <data format="fasta" name="output" label="${tool.name} on 
${on_string}: FASTA file" />

I would like to define a test which takes two vcfs from the "input_vcfs" 
parameter. Is this correct?

     <param name="input_vcfs" value="1_short.vcf" ftype="vcf" />
     <param name="input_vcfs" value="2_short.vcf" ftype="vcf" />
     <output name="output" file="testresult.fa" ftype="fasta" />

or option 2?

     <param name="input_vcfs" value="1_short.vcf,2_short.vcf" ftype="vcf" />
     <output name="output" file="testresult.fa" ftype="fasta" />

or something else entirely?

Thanks for your help

Ulf Schaefer, PhD
Bioinformatics Scientist
Bioinformatics Unit - Infectious Disease Informatics
National Infection Service
Public Health England
Protecting and improving the nation’s health

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