Hi Mo,

Datasets are a bit tricky for the download/import steps on Pages. Do this:

1 - click on the dataset name to expand it
2 - you will see a message "This dataset is large and only the first megabyte is shown below. | Show all". 3 - Click on the "Show all". On the resulting view, the import icon is in the upper right corner.

I decided to open a ticket to make this more direct (have both download and import directly on a Page, to right of object, in the box, as it is for other embedded types). Here is the link so that you can track progress, should the team like the idea: https://trello.com/c/MOGOkexa

Yes, publish all objects if this is going to be open for everyone (the History will include Datasets by default, then Workflows and Visualizations). You have to keep these around - don't delete!

I now this is obvious, so is just general advice for whoever may read this post - but when Publishing - I also annotate very carefully and save a backup of anything important. Worth it :)

Good question!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 11/7/13 12:14 PM, Mohammad Heydarian wrote:
Hi All,
Hope things are groovy.

I am in the process of setting up a Galaxy page on the main server to host our NGS data. I am embedding the various datasets and they are showing up and viewable, but there is no way to import (or download) the data. Am I correct, or is the import button hidden on my screen? Would publishing the Page enable import of the data?

Many thanks in advance, we are looking forward to utilizing Galaxy Pages and making our data accessible.


Cheers,
Mo Heydarian

PhD candidate
The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Department of Biological Chemistry
725 Wolfe Street
402 Biophysics
Baltimore, MD 21205


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