I'm currently trying to run a workflow in Terra with the tool fgbio, which I was able to build and run locally. I copied the jar file to the google bucket associated with the workspace using the command line `gsutil -m cp path/to/jar gs://bucket/location`, but am running into the error `Error: Unable to access jarfile gs://fc-6528258c-9cd6-4c11-abb6-7ffcb8876685/fgbio-0.9.0-0dda145-SNAPSHOT.jar`. Is it because I'm setting an input variable as a path to the jar file in a google bucket?
I am also running into this error for picard, which I'm also setting as an input variable `picard_jar` to `gs://bucket/picard.jar`. I didn't have this issue with another workflow when I used the docker `us.gcr.io/broad-gatk/gatk:188.8.131.52` and called picard as `/usr/gitc/picard.jar` Do I need to include the jarfile in the gatk docker?
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