Sorry for the delayed response. The issue is that we check all uploads
for HTML content such as <a> and <script> tags so that we don't get
spam pages. I looked at your dataset and it has the following: "<a
which is tripping our HTML flagger. The easiest fix would be to not
include this anchor tag. Let me know if you have any other questions
On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 8:17 AM, Andreas Draeger
Dear Sir or Madam,
First of all, I want to thank you for providing the Galaxy framework for
runing online programs. It is really cool and works pretty nice.
We use galaxy to provide our service SBML2LaTeX, which converts files in
the UTF-8-based standard SBML (a specific XML file format) to LaTeX and PDF.
However, we are sometimes encountering problems when people try to
upload their SBML files on our webservice environment. Often people
receive the error message "file contains an inappropriate content".
Maybe the reason is that SBML may contain special characters, which are
not part of the 1970's ASCII definition. But I don't really know what
the problem is. We receive mails from our users quite often and cannot
do much because it seems to be a problem of Galaxy. I would therefore
like to know if you have a workarround that we can use.
To have an example for a file that doesn't work, please consider the
It would be nice to provide me with some helpful information.
Dipl.-Bioinform. Andreas Dräger
Eberhard Karls University Tübingen
Center for Bioinformatics (ZBIT)
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