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Hi everyone! Is there a way I can get Task.get_task() to work without using task_id when running tasks as a pipeline ? Im trying to access old pipeline runs/...
3 months ago
0 Hi Everyone! Is There A Way I Can Get Task.Get_Task() To Work Without Using Task_Id When Running Tasks As A Pipeline ? Im Trying To Access Old Pipeline Runs/Artifacts On My Current Pipeline But

Hi @<1523701205467926528:profile|AgitatedDove14> . I got Task.get_task to work by using the name passed in pipe. add_step but not with the task_name set in Task.init of the data_processing.py file. I want to understand if there's a better way than just passing task_name to parameter_override? If not, then can I understand why pipeline has to override task_name with the add_step name?

main.py

prefix='Args/'
pipe.add_step(
    name="process_dataset",
    base_task_project=proj...
3 months ago
0 Hi Everyone! Is There A Way I Can Get Task.Get_Task() To Work Without Using Task_Id When Running Tasks As A Pipeline ? Im Trying To Access Old Pipeline Runs/Artifacts On My Current Pipeline But

From what I understand while looking at the clearml UI is that pipelines don't exactly run under projects directly but under .pipeline so it would look like MyProject/.pipelines/Pipeline Demo .

3 months ago
0 Hi Everyone! Is There A Way I Can Get Task.Get_Task() To Work Without Using Task_Id When Running Tasks As A Pipeline ? Im Trying To Access Old Pipeline Runs/Artifacts On My Current Pipeline But

Hey there @<1523701205467926528:profile|AgitatedDove14> . So essentially i have a task called "data_processing" that I run in my pipeline. I just want to access old artifacts(dataframe) of my "data_processing" task inside my current "data_processing" task and append new rows to it on my current run and save the updated dataframe. This was not an issue when i run my task alone but when i run it as a pipeline it seems like its not finding old runs of the task.

3 months ago