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Hello Guys

Hello guys ๐Ÿ™‚ I have a question about parameters & Controller.

From a Controller instance I would like to clone a task, and set some update parameters with set_parameters (). (A)
parameter_updated = {} cloned_task_1 = Task.clone(source_task='Examples', name="Cloned task 1") cloned_task_1.set_parameters(parameter_updated) Task.enqueue(cloned_task_1.id, queue_name='queue1')
However In the actual task I am cloning I also have some default parameters coming from an arg_parser . (B)
args_ย =ย vars(parser.parse_args() task = Task.init(project_name='Examples, task_name='task 1) task.connect(args_)
I end up having 2 different set of parameters, but the default one are used (B). I would like to use default one only if the one from the Controller are not provided. How do I fix that?

here a screenshot from the UI.

Posted 3 years ago
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Thanks Stef,
I will test and let you know ๐Ÿ™‚

Posted 3 years ago

Hey Federico, since you are doing this from inside python, you could always call the 'get_parameters_as_dict' from the Task you have cloned, merge/update whichever ones you want to (or not), and then call ' set_parameters_as_dict ' .. I believe that should get you where you want to go ๐Ÿ™‚

Posted 3 years ago