Hello Joe,

Functional test-data is located here in the source:
http://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/src/07c5fbd618f3/test-data/

The name/comments of each is the best way to understand the link between a test and a tool (could be many-to-many).

Next time, a question like this about a local instance would be better directed to the galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu mailing list, so I am going to forward this there.

There is an active user community, perhaps someone has organized the functional test data in a different other way for their own purposes and would like to share the method.

Thanks for using Galaxy!

Best,
Jen
Galaxy team

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Hi,

is there by any chance a per application breakdown of the test-data
structure?

best,
joe



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