You do not have permission to add datasets to 1 requested histories.

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You do not have permission to add datasets to 1 requested histories.

Shrum, Donald C
I have galaxy running as the galaxy user on a virtual machine.  I've enabled ldap authentication and the galaxy software is running on our HPC file system.

I've created a scratch folder on our HPC file system for users to use to upload data from a filesystem path.  I'm able to upload a data file but when I attempt to import the data into my 'current history' which I think I need to do in order to run a job using this data... I get a message that reads

'You do not have permission to add datasets to 1 requested histories.'

I've tried looking at paster.log to no avail.  Is there a better log to use... any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Donny
FSU Research Computing Center


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Re: You do not have permission to add datasets to 1 requested histories.

John Chilton-4
Hmm... this is fairly odd. My first instinct would library permission
problems but this error message seems related to the target history of
the import - a much more straight forward process. I am unable to
reproduce this locally and I cannot think of any recent change that
would cause this. So my best guess is there is something off with your
external authentication setup - any chance your can disable that on a
similar test instance and try the same process using users managed by
Galaxy.

Either way, there is not a lot of paster.log when this happen. This
patch (https://gist.github.com/jmchilton/9230481) would add some more
logging (the lines will be prefixed by
"galaxy.webapps.galaxy.controllers.library_common INFO". It would be
interesting to see the output of this.

If you are still stuck, can you follow up with the output produced by
the above patch and an exact description of how your are attempting to
import the datasets and whether the user you are doing this as is an
admin user or not?

-John


On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 11:58 AM, Shrum, Donald C <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I have galaxy running as the galaxy user on a virtual machine.  I've enabled ldap authentication and the galaxy software is running on our HPC file system.
>
> I've created a scratch folder on our HPC file system for users to use to upload data from a filesystem path.  I'm able to upload a data file but when I attempt to import the data into my 'current history' which I think I need to do in order to run a job using this data... I get a message that reads
>
> 'You do not have permission to add datasets to 1 requested histories.'
>
> I've tried looking at paster.log to no avail.  Is there a better log to use... any help would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Donny
> FSU Research Computing Center
>
>
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