retrieving file info from '.dat' dataset

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retrieving file info from '.dat' dataset

vs49
Hi all,

  I have written a java tool to which I have to pass an existing file's name. In the XML wrapper, I am choosing the file from the history using <param type="data">. 

Even though the tool is receiving the filename as an input, it is looking for a  ".dat"  file from          \database\000\<some dataset> 

How do I retrieve the file I need from the dataset?

Thanks,
VJ.

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Re: retrieving file info from '.dat' dataset

Jeremy Goecks
The .dat file *is* the dataset file, so you can use it directly with your tool.

J. 

On Jun 20, 2013, at 2:52 PM, vijayalakshmi wrote:

Hi all,

  I have written a java tool to which I have to pass an existing file's name. In the XML wrapper, I am choosing the file from the history using <param type="data">. 

Even though the tool is receiving the filename as an input, it is looking for a  ".dat"  file from          \database\000\<some dataset> 

How do I retrieve the file I need from the dataset?

Thanks,
VJ.
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