An individual who manages a Tripal website in some form or another.
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.
Tripal v1.1 provides several bug fixes and optimzations to some templates. The largest contribution is a new Publication module that allows the site curator to create publication importers that can run periodically to automatically download publications that match specified criteria. Publications can be retrieved automatically from PubMed and the USDA National Agricultural Library (AGRICOLA). A new Tripal Publication Ontology has been created to provide the necessary controlled vocabulary for storing details about a publication. Site curators can also manually add new publications.
Tripal v1.0 provides the following new functionality over the previous v0.3.1b version:
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.
The following instructions are for upgrading an existing Tripal 6.x-0.3.1b site. The instructions provided here use the Drush utility.
It is always best to perform a full database backup before proceeding. Also, we recommend testing restoral of the database backup to be sure if something does go wrong you can easily get back. If you have separate development and production databases/websites it is best to try your upgrade on the development site first.