Browsing Landing Zones
This section describes how to browse your landing zones in the SODAR user interface.
Landing Zone List
The main view in the Landing Zones application displays a list of your active landing zones (also referred to as “zones” for brevity).
The following details are available for each landing zone:
The title of the zone along with a tooltip for verifying to which assay the zone belongs in. The zone name also acts as its collection name in iRODS. If a special configuration is used for the zone, it is displayed here.
- Status Info
Detailed status information on the most recent action performed on the zone. Successful actions are described here along with detailed information on failures. Also included is a badge displaying the zone’s current file count and size in iRODS
A coloured representation of the current zone status. If the zone is currently locked for read-only access due to an ongoing operation, a lock icon is also displayed.
- iRODS Links
Four buttons with iRODS links for the zone are presented here.
- Zone Dropdown
For each active zone, there is a dropdown menu for zone specific operations.
Project owners and delegates will also be able to see active zones of other users in the project in a separate list within the same view. They can also perform the same validation, moving and deletion actions as the zone owner.
The following status types can appear during the lifetime of a landing zone:
Creation of landing zone in iRODS in process.
- NOT CREATED
Creating landing zone in iRODS failed.
Available with write access for the user.
Preparing transaction for validation and moving.
Validation OK, moving files into sample data repository.
Files moved successfully, landing zone removed.
Validation or moving failed.
Deletion of landing zone in process.
Landing zone deleted.
iRODS File List Modal
The iRODS file list modal is slightly different from the similar modal in the
Sample Sheets app. It displays collections in addition to files to help
visualize which root level collections are expected. Furthermore, a check mark
is displayed on the right hand side column for files, if the expected
checksum file is accompanying the actual data file.