I'm not sure what tools have multiple datatypes as input on usegalaxy.org
(and my files are still waiting to be uploaded for some reasons.........)
I can give you more details though. Those are tools we developed for flow
cytometry with new datatypes. I wonder if the issue is with the fact that
we added datatypes and I didn't do it right, although again, we don't have
any issues running 16.01 with those datatypes.
What I found so far on our test instance is the following:
- the problem exists with all tools on the instance, not just the few that
are set to take in several datatypes.
- the files that appear in the selection drop-down are of several
datatypes. I thought it was limited to the new datatypes we have defined,
but .html, .ypnb and text files are picked up although interestingly .png
and .pdf don't show up.
- the problem disappears when I limit the datatypes back to one for the 3
tools that we had set as accepting several datatypes.
thanks for your help!
On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 10:29 AM, Aysam Guerler <aysam.guer...@gmail.com>
> Hey Cris,
> Thanks for reporting this. I am looking into it. In the meanwhile, I am
> wondering if you can reproduce the error on usegalaxy.org? Does it happen
> for all tools?
> On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 8:47 AM, Cristel Thomas <cristel.tho...@gmail.com>
>> Hi Galaxy Devs,
>> We have a few tools with multiple datatypes as input. They work fine in
>> 16.01. In 16.07 though, the selection of files in the tools' drop-downs
>> include every single file in the history, instead of just the files from
>> the specified data types.
>> Anyone else run into this? Any idea of what's going on?
>> Thanks much,
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