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Hi folks, I have a question on Pipeline Configuration Object

I can access the configuration object through the API client ( client.tasks.get_by_id(task_id).configuration . But it is in this string format, and not straightforward to parse. Is there a better way to do this. I am trying to find the corresponding task_ids in the pipeline so that i can get status for them individually ?

  
  
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hi ObedientToad56
the API will return you raw objetcs, thus not dictionary
you can use the SDK. For example, if task_id is your pipeline main task id, then you can retrieve the configuration objects this way :

task = Task.get_task(task_id=task_id) config = task.get_configuration_object_as_dict('Pipeline') for k in list(config.keys()): print(f'Step {k} has job id {config[k]["job_id"]}')

  
  
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