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From er...@apache.org
Subject airavata-docs git commit: Added more FAQs for end users.
Date Tue, 14 Feb 2017 15:52:48 GMT
Repository: airavata-docs
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/master 09968af95 -> d6b14d077


Added more FAQs for end users.


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata-docs/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata-docs/commit/d6b14d07
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata-docs/tree/d6b14d07
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata-docs/diff/d6b14d07

Branch: refs/heads/master
Commit: d6b14d0770cfb848e38b610af827a02b8956cc98
Parents: 09968af
Author: Eroma Abeysinghe <eroma.abeysinghe@gmail.com>
Authored: Tue Feb 14 10:52:45 2017 -0500
Committer: Eroma Abeysinghe <eroma.abeysinghe@gmail.com>
Committed: Tue Feb 14 10:52:45 2017 -0500

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@@ -152,7 +152,67 @@ Coming Soon
 <b class="blue">Answer: </b> Simply clone an existing experiment and change the
input files and launch.
 
 <br><b class="blue"> Q12 </b> I want to change the wall-time of my experiment
before launch. How can I do?<br/>
-	- Experiments in CREATED state can be modified through Experiment Summary page. Click 'Edit'
change values and Save or Save and Launch.
+<b class="blue">Answer: </b> Experiments in CREATED state can be modified through
Experiment Summary page. Click 'Edit' change values and Save or Save and Launch.
+	
+<br><b class="blue"> Q13 </b> What each application input property mean?
</br>
+<b class="blue">Answer: </b> </br>
+    - <b>Name:</b> </br>
+    Identifier of the application input</br>
+    - <b>Value:</b></br> 
+    This could be a STRING value or it can also be used to set input file name.</br>
+    - <b>Type: </b></br>
+    Input type, List contain STRING, INTEGER, FLOAT, URI, STDOUT and STDERR</br>
+    - <b>Application Arguments: </b></br>
+    These are are the characters you would want on commandline in job execution for each
input file or character input.</br>
+    - <b>Standard Input: </b></br>
+    Futuristic property and not in real use at the moment</br>
+    -<b> User Friendly Description: </b></br>
+    A description about the input to the gateway user. This will be displayed for users at
experiment creation.</br>
+    - <b>Input Order: </b></br>
+    this is a number field. This will be the order inputs displayed in experiment creation.</br>
+    - <b>Data is Staged:</b></br>
+    - <b>Is the Input Required: </b></br>
+    Futuristic property and not in real use at the moment. Whether set to true or false all
inputs are currently treated as mandatory.</br>
+    - <b>Required in Commandline:</b></br> 
+    When this is set to true the arguments and the input file or the value will be available
in job execution commandline in job script.</br>
+    - <b>Meta Data:</b></br>
+
+<br><b class="blue"> Q14 </b> Application Output Properties</br>
+<b class="blue">Answer: </b>
+<b>Add Application Output</b></br>
+    - <b>Name:</b></br> 
+    This is the label for the output.</br>
+    - <b>Value:</b></br>
+    This would be the actual name of the output airavata brings back to the PGA.</br>
+    - <b>Type:</b></br>
+    Tye of the output. This is mostly depended on the application. To troubleshoot for almost
all applications define STDOUT and STDERR</br>
+    - <b>Application Argument:</b></br>
+    This would be arguments for outputs need to be in commandline.</br>
+    - <b>Data Movement: </b></br>
+    Futuristic property and not in real use at the moment. Whether set to true or false all
outputs are currently brought back to PGA.</br>
+    - <b>Is the Output required?:</b></br>
+    - <b>Required on command line?:</b></br>
+    When this is set to true the arguments and the output file or the value will be available
in job execution commandline in job script.</br>
+    - <b>Location:</b></br>
+    - <b>Search Query:</b></br>	
+
+<br><b class="blue"> Q15 </b> How to make input file available as an executable?</br>
+<b class="blue">Answer: </b><br>
+    - Input files defined are copied to the experiment working directory.</br>
+    - To make available at commandline set 'Required on Commandline' = true</br>
+    - To add a commandline argument for a given file add 'Application Argument' for each
input file</br>
+
+<br><b class="blue"> Q16 </b> In Application Interface what is the use
of 'Enable Optional File Inputs'	</br>
+<b class="blue">Answer: </b></br>
+    - By setting 'Enable Optional File Inputs' = true user can add none or many input files
at experiment creation.</br>
+    - In Airavata any input file required for the application to execute need to be defined
as a separate input.</br>
+    - When inputs are defined they are treated as 'Mandatory' inputs.</br>
+
+<br><b class="blue"> Q17 </b> Where do I add remote resource execution
commands?</br>
+<b class="blue">Answer: </b>In Admin Dashboard --> Application Deployment
</br>
+- Add module load commands</br>
+- Pre and post job commands</br>
+- Environment variables
 	
 	
 


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