JalviewLite question

Hello Maitreyi,

Glad to hear you are interested in integrating the Jalview applet to your site!

I ran your example using Safari with ‘Show Java Console’ enabled to see any error messages, and saw:

java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/jmol/api/JmolSelectionListener

Please can you ensure that your applet classpath includes the jar file for Jmol (3d structure viewer).

There is a link to this (as ‘JmolApplet.jar’) on http://www.jalview.org/examples/.

The full jar file name is

JmolApplet-14.2.14_2015.06.11.jar

Download this file and add it to the archive parameter of your tag.

This ought to solve your problem!

Best regards,

Mungo

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From: Geoffrey Barton (Staff)
Sent: 07 July 2016 09:08:58
To: Ashok, Maitreyi (Maitreyi)
Subject: Re: JalviewLite question

Dear Maitreyi,

Sorry to hear you are having troubles with the applet. I’ll forward your message to the team and someone will get back to you.

If you have further problems with Jalview it is best if you post requests for help to the jalview-discuss mailing list since that reaches more people. You can sign up to the list on: http://www.jalview.org/mailman/listinfo/jalview-discuss

All the best,

Geoff.

On 06/07/2016 20:56, Ashok, Maitreyi (Maitreyi) wrote:

Dear Dr. Barton,

This is Maitreyi Ashok, a student at Caltech. I am working on a GPCR web server, where I want to incorporate the JalviewLite alignment viewer. I am having an issue integrating the applet in the webpage (http://abrollab.org/cgi-bin/align.py?accNum1=P07550&accNum2=O14718&Search=Submit+Query).

Can you please let me know who to direct my question towards?

I am using Python CGI script, and have downloaded both the JalviewLite package and Java on my server. My script is below. I don’t get any explicit errors when running it, but when I open the page in Internet Explorer, the Java loading symbol comes and then a button with Start Jalview shows up. However, nothing happens when I click the button. I used the examples on http://www.jalview.org/examples/applets.html to start out with my script.

Can you please advise me on what I am doing wrong?

Thanks in advance,

Maitreyi

What the page looks like:

The script I am using:

#! /usr/bin/env python

import cgi, csv

def findSeq(prot1, num):

align1 = ‘’

globalAlign = open(’…/gpcrs/gross-alignment.fasta’, ‘r’)

for line in globalAlign:

if ‘>’ in line and align1 != ‘’:

return align1

elif align1 != ‘’:

align1 += line

elif prot1 in line:

align1 += line

globalAlign.close()

if align1 == ‘’:

print ‘

Protein %s invalid

’ % num

return ‘’

Set up the webpage to show results of a sequence search

print “Content-type:text/html\r\n\r\n”

print “”

print “”

print “Alignment Viewer”

print “”

print “”

print “

Alignment Viewer

Retrieve the accession number entered and check that it’s not empty

form = cgi.FieldStorage()

prot1 = form.getvalue(“accNum1”)

prot1 = prot1.strip()

prot2 = form.getvalue(“accNum2”)

prot2 = prot2.strip()

seq1 = findSeq(prot1, 1)

seq2 = findSeq(prot2, 2)

print ‘’

print ‘’

print ‘’ %seq1

print ‘’ %seq2

print ‘’

print ‘’

print ‘’

print ‘’

print ‘<param name=“APPLICATION_URL” value=“http://www.jalveiw.org/services/launchApp” />’

print ‘Please make sure your browser supports Java’

print ‘’

Finish up the webpage

print “”

print “”

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