On 30.01.2012 16:12, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
> 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.
yes I still have the problem, but to ensure it's not a file error I will
check the original data from the lab.
if the problem is still present I will come back to you.
> Some things to check:
> - have you opened/uncompressed the file locally to see if it contains
> any HTML?
it's a complete lane so really hard to check by eye ;-)
do you know any kind of "command line fasta validation tool"?
> - 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"?
tried both, no changes.
Thanks & best regards
> On 1/26/12 5:55 AM, Stefan Kroeger wrote:
>> 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.
>> PS. Yes I know, the problem is really unspecific, sorry for that...
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