I don't think Galaxy exposes what you ask for through an API and a PR to
make it do so is certainly welcomed. Please note that this information
(about other users) should be only exposed to an admin.
Additionally is there a reason why you are gathering these stats through an
API and not from the database via a script? Example of such server-based
script (for job stats gathering) is in Galaxy's codebase:
https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy/blob/dev/scripts/grt.py Let me know
if you want to know more about this.
On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 8:32 AM Milen Kouylekov <milen.kouyle...@usit.uio.no>
> Dear Team,
> Hi, my name is Milen Kouylekov and I am working on the galaxy portal
> customized for natural language technology applications.
> I wrote an reporting script that uses Galaxy API to summarize the user
> activity. The idea of the script is to send regular reports with the
> information available to the reporting server as well as additional
> information like queries that failed to execute etc. I have managed to
> retrieve using the API most of the relevant information except the
> 1) User creation date.
> 2) User last access date.
> I have investigated that user object and see that information is part of
> it. My question is:
> Is there a way to access this information through the API? If not can I
> make a feature request? It is an information useful for administration
> of a galaxy instance.
> Cheers Milen
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