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Hi All, I Want To Run A Task Inside A Container. This Container Needs To Get Docker Arguments (Volume, To Be Specific). In Addition, This Docker Image (Which Is Not Mine And Will Probably Not Change) Runs A Python Script Using An Entrypoint. This Python S

Hi all,
I want to run a task inside a container.
This container needs to get docker arguments (volume, to be specific).
In addition, this docker image (which is not mine and will probably not change) runs a python script using an ENTRYPOINT. This python script needs to get arguments in order to run.
When I try passing these script arguments using docker_args it fails to differentiate between the docker arguments to the script arguments.
Does anybody know a way to overcome this and to pass these docker args and script args in such way the agent will be able to identify which args are for the docker and which are for the script?

  
  
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Hi @<1539417873305309184:profile|DangerousMole43> , can you add an example of your usage + the errors you were getting?

  
  
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