On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 9:42 AM, Appelt, Uwe
<uwe.app...@nct-heidelberg.de> wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> thanks a lot for your quick reply. However "&amp;&gt;" doesn't
> seem to work as well. Also, I do have to admit that two different
> "doesn't work" exist.
> Notations that are not accepted during parsing of toolxy.xml:
> &>
> \&>
> \\&>
> Notations that are accepted, but don't produce any content written
> to "$logFile":
> &amp;>
> &amp;&gt;
> &#38;&#62;
> Any other suggestions?
> Cheers,
> Uwe

Curious. Well, at least you seem to have valid XML now
(double check this with an XML validator).

Does Galaxy capture anything in the "info" box (stdout)?

There are some variants like 2>&1 for redirecting stderr
to stdout, try combining that with > logfile.

My *guess* however is the interpreter="bash" may be to
blame, try this after ensuring the script is executable and
on the path or fully specified:

<command>$myScript &amp;&gt; $logFile</command>

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