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Suppose I Use A Pipeline Decorator To Define A Pipeline:

suppose I use a pipeline decorator to define a pipeline:
@PipelineDecorator.pipeline(name='my-pipeline', project='my-project', version='0.2') def my_pipeline_function(...)How do I access the value of project within my_pipeline_function ?

  
  
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hi PanickyMoth78
from within your function my_pipeline_function here is how to access the project and task names :

task = Task.current_task()
task_name = task.name
full_project_path = task.get_project_name()
project_name = full_project_path.split('/')[0]

Note that you could also use the full_project_path to get both project and task name
task_name = full_project_name.split('/')[-1]

  
  
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