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Is There A Way To Specify The Project And Name Of A Pipeline Defined With Decorators At Runtime? I Tried To Change The Properties Of The Current Task, The Name Is Updated Correctly But When I Try To Move The Task To Another Project It Disappears From The

Is there a way to specify the project and name of a pipeline defined with decorators at runtime? I tried to change the properties of the current task, the name is updated correctly but when I try to move the task to another project it disappears from the PIPELINES tab in the UI.

@PipelineDecorator.pipeline(name='Fixed name', project='Fixed project')
def run_pipeline(config):
    pipeline_task = Task.current_task()
Posted 5 days ago
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Yes these are the only actions. The task is moved correctly tho, I can see it under f'{config.project_id}/.pipelines' in the UI, the issue is that it's not visible under PIPELINES . I haven't tried with tasks or fiunctions pipelines yet.

Posted 5 days ago

Hi @<1570220858075516928:profile|SlipperySheep79> , I see no reason you shouldn't be able to. Are these the only actions you're doing? Does it happen to you with only decorators or also pipelines from tasks & functions?

Posted 5 days ago

I think I found a solution using pipeline_task.move_to_project(new_project_name=f'{config.project_id}/.pipelines/{config.run_name}', system_tags =['hidden', 'pipeline'])

Posted 5 days ago

What happens if you set the new project name to f"{config.project_id}" (notice, no .pipelines )?

Posted 5 days ago

Same thing, it's not visible under PIPELINES

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