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Hi There, I Want To Get The Urls That Are Generated For The Results And Pipeline Pages, As Are Logged Here, As I Want To Use These Elsewhere To Reference The Specific Pages. How Can I Get These Generated Urls From A Currently Running Pipeline?

Hi there, I want to get the URLs that are generated for the results and pipeline pages, as are logged here, as I want to use these elsewhere to reference the specific pages. How can I get these generated URLs from a currently running pipeline?
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Posted one month ago
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I think I found it: None

Will this work for pipelines too, which are also Tasks, right?

  
  
Posted one month ago

Should work if you fetch the Task object in the pipeline step itself

  
  
Posted one month ago

Thanks, @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> .

If I use Task.current_task() , I then get a task object back that looks like <clearml.task.Task object at 0x7f7723b90a00> . How does one get the url from this?

  
  
Posted one month ago

For reference for anyone else, this is what I did:

current_task = Task.current_task()
model_run_url = Task.get_task_output_log_web_page(
        task_id=current_task.id,
        project_id="abc")
  
  
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