The fact that a tool with no inputs causes an error is definitely a
bug and should be fixed. (Also surprising since we have tools in
Galaxy already that have no inputs, e.g. the "Get Microbial Data" tool).
On Jan 15, 2010, at 10:17 AM, Assaf Gordon wrote:
Or just add a dummy input parameter, like so:
<param name="dummy" type="text" label="Don't touch
<data format="html" name="output" />
It looks silly, but it works just fine (we have couple of tools like
that ;) ).
Gunnar Raetsch wrote, On 01/15/2010 07:49 AM:
> that would be indeed a useful feature...
> What I did some time ago is to let the user choose some example data
> (e.g. for different organisms), that will be generated into the
> Then you have some input, outputs and can write the overview in the
> tool description.
> Cheers, Gunnar
> On 15.01.2010, at 13:06, Jelle Scholtalbers wrote:
>> Is there a way to provide a tool through galaxy that doesn't need
>> input parameters? If I just don't specify a parameter I get an
>> "AttributeError: Tool instance has no attribute 'inputs'"
>> Specifying a hidden input parameter will load the xml, but in galaxy
>> it won't show a tool overview or execute the tool for you when you
>> click on its name.
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