Hello Sachit,

If you are running a local Galaxy, the full path to datasets is noted on the "info" page, found by clicking on the circled "i" icon between the disc and blue re-run button.



You can click on the pencil icon (top upper right corner) and rename the user labels any time you want, unless the file is being processed. In that case, wait until it is done, then change. Changing the Galaxy internal name of the file is not recommended, but is probably possible. However, expect the unexpected if you attempt this, as the changes would not be easy for us to support.

To let you know, you may find the the galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu mailing list better for technical local Galaxy questions going forward.

Take care,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 7/23/13 7:13 AM, Sachit Adhikari wrote:
Hi group,

The galaxy stores the output of the job on files/043/dataset_ID.dat.

I have two questions here.:

1) Can I find the ID of my output from the Galaxy history? I tried Edit Attributes, Annotations, tags but couldn't find it.

2) Can I rename my output while initiating the task? If I can how can I do this and what are the consequences.

Thank you.


Regards,

Sachit


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