i place files under managed folder and try to read it but it fails.
handle = dataiku.Folder("test") # test is the dataset name
print(handle) # it output <dataiku.core.managed_folder.Folder object at 0x7fb5f8723c90>
but when i tried :
paths = handle.get_info()
i got Exception: None: b'Managed folder name not found: test in TESTRUN'
and needless to say, when i tried to read the dataset for the file to parse, it fails. why is it so, please advise.
i also tried creating a python recipe and outputting to a dummy one. in the generated code, dataframe is used which is not what i want. my file is in matlab and i need some preprocessing.
# Read recipe inputs
test = dataiku.Dataset("test")
test_df = test.get_dataframe()
the error message implies that you don't have a managed folder named "test" in your TESTRUN project. Note also that Folder and Dataset are 2 different objects, so you can't access one with the wrapper for the other. Here is just a folder on the left and a dataset to the right
You should probably use the folder id instead of the folder name in dataiku.Folder(...) : navigate to your test folder in the UI, and in the location bar of your browser pick the id which is a random identifier after the managedfolder/ part : http://host:port/projects/TESTRUN/managedfolder/RywHS6LY/view/ => the folder id is RywHS6LY
yes, i think i get confused after the "dataset" and "folder". it works after i have created the "folder". Is there any link about the differentiating the ideas of both of them in the dataiku, i may have missed them out? Thank you.