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There was an error uploading the document to Panorama. Stopping... Tobias Kockmann  2017-08-07
 
Hi support,

my AutoQC Loader 1.1.0.11134 reports this:

[8/7/2017 10:26:02 AM] Updating peak statistics
[8/7/2017 10:26:03 AM] Joining file Z:\QEXACTIVEHF_2\20170726_165_feller_autoQC_Fetuin_400amol_1.raw.skyd
[8/7/2017 10:26:03 AM] Saving file...
[8/7/2017 10:26:04 AM] File autoQC_HF2_centroided_mode.sky saved.
[8/7/2017 10:26:07 AM] Uploaded 1.11 MB of 15.56 MB
[8/7/2017 10:26:09 AM] 100% - Uploaded 15.56 MB of 15.56 MB
[8/7/2017 10:26:10 AM] Renaming temporary file on server
[8/7/2017 10:26:32 AM] ERROR: Error: Exception of type 'pwiz.Skyline.Util.PanoramaImportErrorException' was thrown.
[8/7/2017 10:26:32 AM] An error occurred on the Panorama server (https://panoramaweb.org/) importing the file.
[8/7/2017 10:26:32 AM] ERROR: Error details can be found at https://panoramaweb.org/labkey/pipeline-status/Functional Genomics Center Zurich - Proteomics %26 Protein Analysis Group/autoQC Server/QEXACTIVEHF2/details.view?rowId=20026
[8/7/2017 10:26:32 AM] ERROR: SkylineRunner.exe exited with code 0. Panorama upload failed.
[8/7/2017 10:26:32 AM] Finished importing existing files...
[8/7/2017 10:26:32 AM] ERROR: There was an error uploading the document to Panorama. Stopping...

What can I do? I restarted the corresponding config. No change.

Greetings,
Tobi
 
 
vsharma responded:  2017-08-07
Hi Tobi,

The error happened on Panorama. We require that all documents uploaded to QC folders have the same set of peptides. But this particular document is missing some of the peptides previously imported to this folder. If you want to monitor a different set of peptides then you can create a separate folder. Here is the error message:

07 Aug 2017 01:26:31,822 ERROR: QC folders require that all documents use the same peptides, but they did not match. Please create a new QC folder if you wish to work with different peptides. Attempted import: [ADVTPADFSEWSK, DGLDAASYYAPVR, GAGSSEPVTGLDAK, GTFIIDPAAVIR, GTFIIDPGGVIR, LFLQFGAQGSPFLK, LGGNEQVTR, TPVISGGPYEYR, TPVITGAPYEYR, VEATFGVDESNAK, YILAGVENSK]. Previously imported: [ADVTPADFSEWSK, ALGGEDVR, DGLDAASYYAPVR, GAGSSEPVTGLDAK, GTFIIDPAAVIR, GTFIIDPGGVIR, HTFSGVASVESSSGEAFHVGK, HTLNQIDSVK, LFLQFGAQGSPFLK, LGGNEQVTR, TPIVGQPSIPGGPVR, TPVISGGPYEYR, TPVITGAPYEYR, VEATFGVDESNAK, YILAGVENSK].


There is a link to the error page in the AutoQC log: https://panoramaweb.org/labkey/pipeline-status/Functional%20Genomics%20Center%20Zurich%20-%20Proteomics%20%26%20Protein%20Analysis%20Group/autoQC%20Server/QEXACTIVEHF2/details.view?rowId=20026

Alternatively, you can go to the folder on PanoramaWeb and click the "Data Pipeline" tab. Click on "ERROR" in the status column to view error details.

Thanks,
Vagisha
 
Tobias Kockmann responded:  2017-08-08
Hi Vagisha,

something really stupid happened. Somebody used a second instance of autoQC loader to upload data to this PanoramaQC folder (different skyline document). I deactivated the sec. instance and started the org. configuration. But now I get errors each time the orig. config runs. Can I rescue this somehow?

Greetings,
Tobi
 
vsharma responded:  2017-08-08
Hi Tobi,

You can delete the Skyline documents that were uploaded from the second instance. Click on the "Runs" tab to view all the documents uploaded to the folder. Check the ones that you want to delete (autoQC_PRM_*.sky.zip I suspect) and click "Delete" in the menu bar just above the table. Let me know if this doesn't work or if there are other issues.

Thanks,
Vagisha