[DAS2] DAS/2 writeback
Gregg_Helt at affymetrix.com
Mon Jun 26 19:23:37 UTC 2006
Allen, thanks for getting the start of a writeback server up and
I'm hoping to try writing back annotations later today. However, I'm
having problems looking at the annotations in the writeback server via
IGB. It looks to me like the main issue is that
returns human chromosome ids in the uri attribute of the SEGMENT
element, instead of yeast ids. When IGB uses this to compose a query
it gets back an empty feature list. But if I manually edit this to
replace "chr1" with "chrI",
I get back a list of feature that satisfies the query filters.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: das2-bounces at lists.open-bio.org [mailto:das2-bounces at lists.open-
> bio.org] On Behalf Of Allen Day
> Sent: Saturday, June 24, 2006 2:24 AM
> To: Chervitz, Steve
> Cc: DAS/2
> Subject: Re: [DAS2] Notes from the weekly DAS/2 teleconference, 19 Jun
> You can see the features that are posted here:
> It is fully compatible with the usual yeast source:
> All the usual feature filters apply. The response at this URL is not
> to keep the content fresh, at the expense of ever-slower load times as
> written features accumulate.
> On 6/24/06, Allen Day <allenday at ucla.edu> wrote:
> > I have a temporary CGI set up to accept WRITEBACK documents:
> > http://genomics.ctrl.ucla.edu/~allenday/cgi-bin/das2xml-
> > I have attached a das2xml document that POSTs cleanly for me using
> > lwp-request that is part of libwww-perl. Please modify this
> > and let me know if anything breaks.
> > This implementation accepts only new records. It supports neither
> > nor deletes. Furthermore, it only accepts new feature records. It
> > support new type records, new region records, or any other type of
> > Feature records may have 0 or more locations, 0 or more parents, 0
> > children, and 0 or more properties. All parts/parents must be
> > the document (no refering to existing features by URI), or it will
> > HTTP 500 error.
> > Next I will implement the update and delete support. This should be
> > fairly straightforward, and may be doable over the weekend.
> > -Allen
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