Hello Hemant,

I'll jump in for this part .. to change the database assigned to a dataset, click on the pencil icon for that dataset in the history list. In this case, it would be the SAM dataset.


On the edit attributes form change database to be ce6, save, then back in your session run SAM->BAM with the history set to ce6 (this will appear once the dataset has an assigned database).

Hopefully this helps with the work-around Kelly suggested until the other issues are looked at,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 4/21/11 9:52 AM, Kelkar, Hemant wrote:
Hi Kelly,

Checking to see if you have an update on the following issue from last
week. I had shared this history with you last week.

SAM-to-BAM conversion tool has two options “locally cached” or “history”
and neither of those allows me to change/select a specific genome build.

Thanks,

Hemant

*From:*Kelly Vincent [mailto:kpvinc...@bx.psu.edu]
*Sent:* Friday, April 15, 2011 2:35 PM
*To:* Kelkar, Hemant
*Cc:* galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu
*Subject:* Re: [galaxy-user] SAM to BAM conversion problem

Hemant,

This is really odd, and definitely not what should be happening. Would
you mind sharing your history with me so I can take a closer look?

While I'm looking into it, you should be able to manually change the
database to ce6 and then run SAM-to-BAM. We have everything needed for ce6.

Thanks,

Kelly

On Apr 15, 2011, at 12:55 PM, Kelkar, Hemant wrote:



Hello Galaxy Support,

I generated an alignment with a “fastq groomed” illumina dataset using
the “Map with BWA” tool in galaxy with the “C. elegans ce6” genome.
Interestingly the results (when I click on the history name) say that
the database used was “ce7”. When I try to use the “SAM-to-BAM” tool, I
am getting a “sequences are not currently available for specified build”
error.

Thanks,

Hemant

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