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I am trying to use VS Code. I get constant SSL errors, so I am reverting to using dataikuapi.DSSClient.
I am trying to get the path of managed folder which is hosted on the server file system, but when I use this method I get the error:
AttributeError: 'DSSManagedFolder' object has no attribute 'get_path'
dataikuclient = dataikuapi.DSSClient("https://dataiku-design-dev.mycompany.net:11200/", "my_api_key") dataikuclient._session.verify = False project = dataikuclient.get_project("cdata_test") # -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTEBOOK-CELL: CODE # get folder location for logs in Dataiku managed_folder = project.get_managed_folder("cYurGLAG") managed_folder_path = managed_folder.get_path()
Hi @indy2005 ,
For accessing the metadata of the managed folder you need to create a Folder object.
import dataiku handle = dataiku.Folder("folder_name") path = handle.get_path()
You can refer to the following Dataiku docs for some in-depth understanding -
Hope it helps!
I cant use the dataiku library, if I do I get SSL errors. If I use the api client, and remove certificate verification, I can do what I need to do. I dont understand why using the get_managed_folder() in the api client, doesnt then let me work with the managed folder when I get a reference to it?? The method surely returns a managed folder instance, but there is then no get_path() method.
Unless the get_managed_folder() method on the api client, doesnt return a managed folder, which means the method is very misleading.
SSL errors seem to be specific to using VS Code and the DataIku VS Code plugin.
Hi @indy2005 ,
I see your trouble.
You can try the get_definition() method of DSSManagedFolder that has ['param']['path'] json keys for getting the path
You can refer to this doc for more info - https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/6.0/python-api/rest-api-client/managed-folders.html
Now I just get this using get_definition()
File "c:\pyenv\ariel\lib\site-packages\dataikuapi\dssclient.py", line 1234, in _perform_http http_res.raise_for_status() File "c:\pyenv\ariel\lib\site-packages\requests\models.py", line 940, in raise_for_status raise HTTPError(http_error_msg, response=self) requests.exceptions.HTTPError: 403 Client Error: Forbidden for url: https://dataiku-design-dev.mycompany.net:11200//dip/publicapi/projects/cdata_test/managedfolders/cYurHLAG During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred: Traceback (most recent call last): File "<string>", line 1, in <module> File "c:\pyenv\ariel\lib\site-packages\dataikuapi\dss\managedfolder.py", line 53, in get_definition return self.client._perform_json( File "c:\pyenv\ariel\lib\site-packages\dataikuapi\dssclient.py", line 1250, in _perform_json return self._perform_http(method, path, params=params, body=body, files=files, stream=False, raw_body=raw_body).json() File "c:\pyenv\ariel\lib\site-packages\dataikuapi\dssclient.py", line 1241, in _perform_http raise DataikuException("%s: %s" % (ex.get("errorType", "Unknown error"), ex.get("message", "No message"))) dataikuapi.utils.DataikuException: com.dataiku.dip.exceptions.UnauthorizedException: Failed to read project permissions
You are running into this issue because of the project key that you are using. This must be in uppercase and your code defines the project key as "cdata_test". Can you try putting this in capital letters and see if it helps?
Another way to find the required project key is to list all the project keys using the code below and then select from the output list the required project key:
dss_projects = client.list_project_keys() print(dss_projects)