Granting personal databases to other Unix users

Staffa.Nick staffa at niehs.nih.gov
Wed Mar 6 09:19:40 EST 2002

I have done this.
I think you must make your new database look like genbank or pir.
That is, with entries in dbnames.map et c.
Here is what I see on my system for my ma15k database
(I also have a blast database for it):
alfred>/opt/gcg/gcg10 >sea "ma15k"
ma15k           n       MicroArray 15K set
ma15k   ma15kdir:ma15k
ma15K   ma15kdir:ma15k

AND somewhere you must define the logical name for (e.g.) ma15k


Nick Staffa
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-----Original Message-----
From: Robert.Godemann at evotecoai.com
[mailto:Robert.Godemann at evotecoai.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 8:44 AM
To: info-gcg at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Subject: Granting personal databases to other Unix users

Dear all,

we have GCG 10.2  running under IRIX 6.5.
I created several personal sequence databases with the dataset command
which I now want to make available for other Unix users using GCG.
Does anyone know how to do this?


Dr. Robert Godemann
Evotec OAI AG/EVOTEC NeuroSciences GmbH
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22525 Hamburg
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