Duplicate, please see:
http://lists.bx.psu.edu/pipermail/galaxy-user/2013-December/006988.html

On 12/4/13 8:44 AM, Lu, Yuan (MU-Student) wrote:
Recently I was trying to use Galaxy for my data analysis but ran into problems.....

Condition:
I used galaxy server at PSU.
I tried load local .bam file directly to galaxy, I also tried FTP, but both ways resulted into the same outcome.
The .bam files I was using are pure .bam files with no index.

Problems:
1.After I load them, the file was recognized as .txt file, and it is "empty" (But it did take long time to upload to FTP ~1GB), in the annotation window, it shows "The uploaded binary file contains inappropriate content"

2. I tried to convert the file to .bam format, it returns "An error occurred setting the metadata for this dataset. You may be able to set it manually or retry auto-detection."

Anyone know how to solve this problem?

Y.L.


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