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De Smet Matthias
Hey Galaxy-dev’s,


I’m completely new to galaxy, but I am tasked with a small scale deployment project. 
I am looking for an alternate option to upload data to galaxy. All data from our sequencers is stored on a NAS, which is accessible by the galaxy server. I would like to make it so that the users can only select data from that folder, to eliminate the need to transfer data through the client to the server.

Is there any way to do this? Or am I making this to hard on myself?

Sincerely


Matthias De Smet
Centrum voor Medische Genetica
De Pintelaan 185 - 9000 Gent
 
[hidden email]  tel.: +32 (0)9 332 0296
http://www.cmgg.be


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Re: restricted data upload from server folder

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Libraries can help manage access and data doesn't need to be copied into Galaxy: https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/DataLibraries/UploadingLibraryFiles?highlight=%28directory%29%7C%28library%29

On 8 April 2015 at 18:12, De Smet Matthias <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey Galaxy-dev’s,


I’m completely new to galaxy, but I am tasked with a small scale deployment project. 
I am looking for an alternate option to upload data to galaxy. All data from our sequencers is stored on a NAS, which is accessible by the galaxy server. I would like to make it so that the users can only select data from that folder, to eliminate the need to transfer data through the client to the server.

Is there any way to do this? Or am I making this to hard on myself?

Sincerely


Matthias De Smet
Centrum voor Medische Genetica
De Pintelaan 185 - 9000 Gent
 
[hidden email]  tel.: +32 (0)9 332 0296
http://www.cmgg.be


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