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Hello. I Have A Question Regarding Pipeline Parameters. Is It Possible To Reference Pipeline Parameters In Other Fields Of The

Hello. I have a question regarding pipeline parameters. Is it possible to reference pipeline parameters in other fields of the https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/references/sdk/automation_controller_pipelinecontroller#add_function_step ?

I know it can be done for function_kwargs as per the example here: https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/guides/pipeline/pipeline_functions

But what about if I want to parameterize the function step execution_queue or docker_args for example?

  
  
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Thank you for the reply SmugDolphin23

Is there any possible workaround at the moment?

  
  
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Hi SmugDolphin23 . I have tried to access node.job with a pre_execute_callback but the node object does not have the job attribute set as you can see above.

  
  
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Hi DangerousDragonfly8 ! At the moment, this is not possible, but we do have it in plan (we had some prior requests for this feature)

  
  
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Thank you SmugDolphin23 I'll try it out.

  
  
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DangerousDragonfly8 I'm pretty sure you can use pre_execute_callback or post_execute_callback for this. you get the PipelineController in the callback and the Node . Then you can modify the next step/node. Note that you might need to access the Task object directly to change the execution_queue and docker_args . You can get it from node.job.task https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/references/sdk/automation_controller_pipelinecontroller#add_function_step

  
  
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