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  • Problems with LifeScope

    Hi! Mi name is Alfonso, I'm from Spain, and this is my first message in this forum. I've been visiting it for a few months, and I've registered because I've got a problem with LifeScope, anyway I'll try to help as much as I can in other threads.

    As I said, I have a problem with LifeScope. I've opened the shell with lscope.sh shell -u user -w passwd, but I can't create a project (cd projects and mk ecoli). The program tells me "Server returned error status: 500, message: Error saving project" after trying to execute the cmd mk.

    In the file server.log I can read the response "19 mar 2013 12:06:40,214 ERROR [Grizzly-9998-WorkerThread(4)] ProjectManager:99 - Error writing .project file
    java.io.FileNotFoundException: /data/results/projects/lifescope/ecoli/.project.ctmp (No such file or directory)..."

    The file server.err: "19-mar-2013 12:06:40 com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerResponse traceException
    GRAVE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error)
    com.lifetechnologies.bioscope.webservice.ServerException at com.lifetechnologies.bioscope.webservice.ProjectManager.saveProject(ProjectManager.java:100)
    at com.lifetechnologies.bioscope.webservice.ProjectManager.createProject(ProjectManager.java:63)..."

    Does anyone know what should I do to execute those commands??

    Thank you very much.

  • #2
    Ok, I found the solution to this problem.

    If someone wants to know it... the exception is thrown because the path of the project repository pointed to a folder that didn't exist.

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