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Hi Guys! What Is The Best Way To Access Artifacts From Other Step Of The Pipeline? I Have Step One Returning Dataframe And Step Two Takes It As An Input But When First Step Is Cached I Only Get An Artifact Url. So How Should I Read It From Artifacts Stora


@<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> Hi! Sorry for not responding for a long time. I couldn't reproduce my issue until today. So usually, I don't need to use Storage manager as I would get the contents of the parameter directly. However, for some reason once again instead of contents of dataframe I've got a PosixPath to the artifact or string describing dict with url to artifact. I've implemented if statement to catch such cases but again I can't access the artifact. I've tried StorageManager.download_file(str(artifacts_PosixPath)) and got same path as response or when accessing as string StorageManager.download_file(artifact_as_string_dict)) (I would get it if I pass .artifacts.df), got error ValueError: Requested path does not exist: /home/monika_kazlauskaite/.clearml/venvs-builds.1/3.8/code/{'name': 'videos_df', 'size': 1357, 'type': 'pandas', 'mode': <ArtifactModeEnum.output: 'output'>, 'url': 'http:/11.11.11.11:8081/lp_veh_detect_train_pipeline/.pipelines/vids_pipe/detect_frames.4a80b274007d4e969b71dd03c69d504c/artifacts/videos_df/videos_df.csv.gz',

  
  
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