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When I Clone A Task, Is There A Way To Set Parameters That Override Rather Than Replace? As In, Original Task Parameters Is Param1 = {“A”: 1, “B”: 1} Can I Supply {“B”: 2} And It Overrides B Alone Without Removing A. Or Do I Have To Handle The Merge Mys

When I clone a task, is there a way to set parameters that override rather than replace?

As in, original task parameters is param1 = {“a”: 1, “b”: 1}

Can I supply {“b”: 2} and it overrides b alone without removing a. Or do I have to handle the merge myself?

Posted 2 years ago
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Ok got it, thanks

Posted 2 years ago

Hi TrickySheep9 , currently when you override a parameter ( param1 in this example), you are overriding the whole parameter, but with using get_parameters function the merge should be easy 😉

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