Hello Stefan,

Are you still having this problem? One thought is that this file is some sort of README file in with the other data files from you source. Another is that the data is an annotation file, not a sequence file, with one or more columns of data in HTML format.


Some things to check:
- have you opened/uncompressed the file locally to see if it contains any HTML? - are you able to download, uncompress, and then load the file uncompressed or does that also give errors? Using "upload from the desktop" or "FTP"?

Please let us know if you are still having problems and what happens when you try these tests. We would be very interested in correcting any problems with valid files being rejected for some odd reason, so please include the URL to the problem file in your reply.

Thank you!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 1/26/12 5:55 AM, Stefan Kroeger wrote:
hi,
Maybe anybody can give me a hint for the following problem...

When I try to upload a fastq.gz file into galxy using url function the
input os canceled with the following exception:

An error occurred running this job: The uploaded file contains
inappropriate HTML content

I don't know where to start to have a look at. The upload of all other
fastq.gz files from the same run works smooth.

best
  stefan

PS. Yes I know, the problem is really unspecific, sorry for that...
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