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Hey Clearml, Pipeline From Tasks: Following This Example

Hey ClearML,
Pipeline from tasks: following this example None
Problem Description:

  • I have two steps / tasks in the pipeline, first task create some data id, and upload the string as an artifact
  • second task use that string data id to run this experiment, (this is an separate task doesn't process the uploaded artifact as an pickle file)
  • i am using the parameter override in the the creation of second step of pipeline, like this
        "General/dataid": "${step1.artifacts.dataid}",
  • but i am getting a strange string (which contains the storage link, mode and ...) in the data id of second task.
  • Is there a way to upload a string as an artifact, and access that exact uploaded string (without any meta and additional details) in the second task? if so how can I do that?
Posted 4 months ago
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the artifacts is stored as a dictionary with the name of the parametr as the key, and values

{'data_id': {'name': 'data_id', 'size': 39, 'type': 'string', 'mode': <ArtifactModeEnum.output: 'output'>, 'url': 'a big string', 'hash': 'some numbers', 'timestamp': datetime.datetime(2023, 5, 10, 8, 56, 10), 'metadata': {}, 'preview': '(data.UID:>147)AND(data.UID:<148)'}}

i need to access the string in the preview using parameter override logic, how can i get the value of the preview key of the artifact

Posted 4 months ago

Hi @<1523701283830108160:profile|UnsightlyBeetle11> , I think you can store txt artifacts so you can store the string there. If it's not too long, you can even fetch it from the preview

Posted 4 months ago

I think it is one of the parameters of the task. Fetch a Task and see what properties the artifact has 🙂

Posted 4 months ago

Can you give an example of how you're saving this artifact?

Posted 4 months ago

task.upload_artifact("data_id", data_id), name of the artifact, and created string

Posted 4 months ago

Can you provide a self contained contained snippet that reproduces this behavior?

Posted 4 months ago

yes, i tried to store the string in txt format, still getting all the metadatas, and the needed string is in preview
how can i fetch it from the preview?

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