I have been pounding away at this problem all day and finally decided to
send it off to the group because I ran out of ideas:
first let me give you the address of my site so that you can see the
problem for yourself:
okay, now do a search for Sequence objects with the prefix ZS* - there
is quite a list of them! Now select ZS3H7 (for example) - no problem
right? Now select ZS1, or ZS101... a never ending loop of 'Document
contains no data'. But if you do a search for the DNA objects you will
find that they *DO* exist! Moreover, using XAce directly reveals no
problem at all - the sequences come up as called. Moreover, they all
came from the same .ace read, of a single .ace file generated in one run
from the same parsing program!
I can't see the difference between the sequences which do 'exist' and
those which don't... is it a GifAceServer problem? An AcePerl problem?
Or a Mark_Is_Dumb problem???
Any help appreciated as my bench has a forehead-shaped dent in it by