as Marius already pointed out this is easily possible with bioblend.
I would create a small script that takes the path to the GA file as
input, preferably also a URL, and populates this in Galaxy.
I would be interested to include such a script in the Main Docker
container, so everyone can use this similar to the script for installing
A second option would be to upload the workflow with all dependencies to
the TS and than simply install the workflow.
Similar to this one:
Hope this helps,
Am 27.01.2016 um 03:14 schrieb Cameron Jack:
> Hi all,
> I've been developing a Dockerfile and repositories to enable users to
> set up an NGS forensics pipeline. So far so good, I can build the image
> (based on Bjoern Gruening's excellent galaxy-stable Docker image) and
> incorporate all the various tools I need, including custom ones with
> custom interfaces. I've also built some workflows within a running image
> and exported them to .ga files, but now I'm wondering if there is a way
> to import those back in to a new image via the Dockerfile? I'd rather
> have everything set up for the users upon building the image, rather
> than logging in as admin and then importing the workflow. Is this
> possible? If so, how?
> Thanks for any and all answers.
> Best regards,
> Cameron Jack
> ANU Bioinformatics Consulting Unit
> The Australian National University
> The John Curtin School of Medical Research
> Building 131 Garran Road
> Acton 0200, ACT
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