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composite datatypes: uploading and optional files

Peter van Heusden
Hi there

We've got a composite datatype (neostore) for Neo4j databases. Currently the upload is disabled because to upload you need to select each individual file of the database directory (which is tedious). Is there a more efficient way to upload composite datatypes? E.g. as a tar.gz or zip file? If not, has anyone looked into supporting this? (I see @jmchilton was noted as working on a composite uploading for 17.05)

Secondly, we're moving to support Neo4j 3.2.0. In this version there is a minor (1 file) change in the files used to store the database. Can composite datatypes have "optional files"?

Thanks,
Peter

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Björn Grüning-3
Hi Peter,

Am 02.06.2017 um 15:55 schrieb Peter van Heusden:

> Hi there
>
> We've got a composite datatype (neostore) for Neo4j databases. Currently
> the upload is disabled because to upload you need to select each
> individual file of the database directory (which is tedious). Is there a
> more efficient way to upload composite datatypes? E.g. as a tar.gz or
> zip file? If not, has anyone looked into supporting this? (I see
> @jmchilton was noted as working on a composite uploading for 17.05)
>
> Secondly, we're moving to support Neo4j 3.2.0. In this version there is
> a minor (1 file) change in the files used to store the database. Can
> composite datatypes have "optional files"?

Yes this is possible, please have a look at

https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy/blob/dev/lib/galaxy/datatypes/blast.py#L255

Cheers,
Bjoern

> Thanks,
> Peter
>
>
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