[EMBOSS] emboss-explorer in non-default directory

Sumit Middha smiddha at indiana.edu
Mon Aug 29 21:30:15 UTC 2005

Thanks Luke.
Yes I figured that out. However, I get an error in the menu frame, when I open
the emboss-explorer.

Died: Qualifier '-showembassy' not found, referer:
[Mon Aug 29 16:22:11 2005] [error] [client] , referer:
[Mon Aug 29 16:22:11 2005] [error] [client] Can't use an undefined
value as an ARRAY reference at
/bioportal/web/tools/emboss-explorer/lib/EMBOSS/GUI/XHTML.pm line 317., referer:

I am trying to fix this by making changes, but your help will be valuable.

Quoting Luke McCarthy <lukem at gene.pbi.nrc.ca>:

> On Sat, 2005-08-20 at 23:12, Sumit Middha wrote:
> > Hello Andrew,
> > Thanks so much for your response. Probably I did not focus my question
> properly.
> > Yes I did manage to install using the script, and specified the paths.
> > 
> > However, I could not figure out, what my server should point to (I
> guess the
> > index page in html).
> At the end of the install script, there is a message containing some
> important information.  One such piece of information is the URL to
> access the EMBOSS explorer interface.  It says something like "Visit
> URL_TO_EMBOSS_EXPLORER to test it out."  That's the URL you should use.
> The url you should use is the url to the CGI script (usually something
> like http://hostname/cgi-bin/emboss)
> > Also I am unsure of how the emboss installation gets linked
> > to the explorer (I dont think I mentioned it anywhere during the
> > installation of this emboss-explorer).
> I'm afraid I don't understand the question.  The questions you answer
> during the install script provide all of the information EMBOSS explorer
> needs to find the EMBOSS installation.  If you need to change this
> information at a later date, you can either re-run the install script,
> or edit the configuration module (the location of which is provided in
> the message at the end of the install script...)
> Cheers,
> Luke
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