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multiple file selection for from_file

Jun Fan

Hi all

 

      I gather that it is NOT allowed to assign multiple file to from_file attribute for options in select param as the expect value of from_file attribute is the name of A file. But would it be nice to allow this feature? For example, there are two loc file A and B, when I want to get the options from both files, instead of adding an extra file containing all options from two files, it will be more maintainable to use something like from_file = “A.loc, B.loc”, isn’t it?

     BTW, could anyone help me on this http://dev.list.galaxyproject.org/jobs-don-t-get-killed-when-histories-deleted-tc4664678.html?

Best regards!

Jun

 


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Re: multiple file selection for from_file

Daniel Blankenberg
Hi Jun,

You should be using Tool Data Tables instead of acting on .loc files directly. You can specify a data table to be built up from more than one file and multiple data tables to use various file configurations.




Thanks for using Galaxy,

Dan

On Jun 12, 2014, at 8:23 PM, Jun Fan <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all
 

      I gather that it is NOT allowed to assign multiple file to from_file attribute for options in select param as the expect value of from_file attribute is the name of A file. But would it be nice to allow this feature? For example, there are two loc file A and B, when I want to get the options from both files, instead of adding an extra file containing all options from two files, it will be more maintainable to use something like from_file = “A.loc, B.loc”, isn’t it?

     BTW, could anyone help me on this http://dev.list.galaxyproject.org/jobs-don-t-get-killed-when-histories-deleted-tc4664678.html?

Best regards!

Jun

 
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