Configuration () | BLAST Databases ()
Add a folder where the Server should look for BLAST databases by clicking on the Edit BLAST Database Locations button at the bottom of this tab.
The folder selected must already be configured as an import/export directory to be listed in the drop-down menu figure 9.1. This is necessary because BLAST databases are stored outside CLC data locations, but must be accessible to the CLC Server process.
Once added as a BLAST Database Location, the CLC Server will search this directory for any BLAST databases and list them under the BLAST tab in the web interface (figure 9.2).
This overview is similar to the one you find in the Workbench BLAST manager for local databases including the following in formation:
- Name. The name of the BLAST database.
- Description. Detailed description of the contents of the database.
- Date. The date the database was created.
- Sequences. The number of sequences in the database.
- Type. The type can be either nucleotide (DNA) or protein.
- Total size (1000 residues). The number of residues in the database, either bases or amino acid.
- Location. The location of the database.
To the right of the Location information is a link labeled Delete that can be used to delete a BLAST database.