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I'Ve Been Using Add_Function_Step In The Pipeline Controller As Of Yet. Now I Wish To Use Add_Step For One Of The Steps And Pass In A Task Id. Only Problem Is, For Some Of The Argparse Parameters, I Want To Modify The Values In The New Task. Can You Guys

I've been using add_function_step in the Pipeline Controller as of yet. Now I wish to use add_step for one of the steps and pass in a Task ID. Only problem is, for some of the argparse parameters, I want to modify the values in the new task. Can you guys guide me for it?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago
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Sorry for the late reply. The situation is that when I ran the task initially, it took arguments in using ArgParse. It took in a lot of arguments. Now my understanding is that add_step() clones that task. I want that to happen but I would like to be able to modify some of the values of the args, e.g epochs or some other argument.

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Alright I solved it. Given that my parameters are stored inside args. the way to do it would be,

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

You mean you want the new task created by add_step to take in certain parameters? Provided where/by who?

  
  
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