By default, Tripal indexes the name, uniquename and all foreign keys (ie: organism_id > organism, type_id > cvterm, dbxref_id > dbxref) for all node types where the machine name is prefixed by "chado_". When indexing the foreign keys it attempts to make a readable representation using a combination of name, genus/species/common_name, accession/db.name. These fields were choosen because they are most likely to be used and meaningful for all Tripal sites without being too large or complicated to index efficiently.
Requires Tripal 2.1
This tutorial it is under development. The functionality it demonstrated is in the most recent development version of Tripal 2.x.
Installing Drupal Search API
If you don't have Tripal Panes enabled then the Drupal default is to simply list all the fields with the label and the value.
With some configuration and a couple of Drupal extension modules, you can flexibly arrange these fields into tables.
The tutorial is made of the following steps:
Tripal ships with a number of very generic default views. This allows users to immediately see their data "out-of-the-box". However, in the effort to make these views suit as many people as possible, they may not be ideal for you depending upon your requirements and data. This tutorial will show to how to alter those default views by adding fields.
In this document I am going to explain how I enabled a federated single sign-on (SSO) procedure between GBrowse2, Tripal/Drupal and potentially other GMOD applications using the security assertion markup language (SAML) in a sandbox environment. This page explains setting up Drupal with simpleSAMLphp.