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Add option to replace failed elements on job rerun #5321

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mvdbeek commented Jan 17, 2018

Replacing failed collection elements was already possible when dependent jobs
were found (#5247).
This commit restructures the remapping so that remapping is possible when no
dependent jobs are available. This also simplifies the replacement of HDAs
between old and new jobs.

Add option to replace failed elements on job rerun
Replacing failed collection elements was already possible when dependent jobs
were found (#5247).
This commit restructures the remapping so that remapping is possible when no
dependent jobs are available. This also simplifies the replacement of HDAs
between old and new jobs.

@martenson martenson merged commit bf2c9ba into galaxyproject:dev Jan 17, 2018

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jmchilton commented Mar 8, 2018

I think this happened when I was in Boston and I completely missed it, this is totally incredible. Thanks so much @mvdbeek!

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