It seems the connection between galaxy and encodedb is broken again. Nothing has changed at the ENCODEdb end that may have caused this problem. Here is the traceback error we receive:
-------- URL: http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu:8085/async/encode_db1 File 'build/bdist.darwin-8.5.1-i386/egg/paste/exceptions/errormiddleware.py', line 138 in __call__ File 'build/bdist.darwin-8.5.1-i386/egg/paste/lint.py', line 65 in lint_app File '/var/opt/universe/wsgi-postgres-main/eggs/flup-0.5-py2.4.egg/flup/middlewar e/session.py', line 743 in __call__ File 'build/bdist.darwin-8.5.1-i386/egg/paste/recursive.py', line 54 in __call__ File 'build/bdist.darwin-8.5.1-i386/egg/paste/httpexceptions.py', line 619 in __call__ File 'build/bdist.darwin-8.5.1-i386/egg/paste/wsgilib.py', line 112 in catch_errors_app File '/var/opt/universe/wsgi-postgres-main/galaxy/web/framework.py', line 104 in __call__ body = method( trans, **kwargs ) exceptions.TypeError: default() takes at least 3 non-keyword arguments (2 given) --------
As a way for galaxy to identify where the data request is coming from, you had set up a dedicated link to send params to (.../async/encode_db1). Is that still valid?