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Yes, you can trigger the scenario programmatically using external Dataiku API. Please find the code sample below:
import dataikuapi host = "DSS_host" global_api_key = "your_api_key" project_key = 'new_model' scenario_name = 'scenario_name' client = dataikuapi.DSSClient(host, global_api_key) project = client.get_project(project_key) scenario = project.get_scenario(scenario_name) scenario.run_and_wait()
To create a scenario, you will need to use the Projects API create_scenario() function:
For a complete list of available Scenario API functions, please refer to our documentation here:
Why does dataiku allow to create a scenario using dataiku's API but does not allow to modify the created scenario (I am trying to do this : create a scenario from a plugin and then define its content but dataiku only allows to modify a scenario inside it, not outside it)?
Hi, you probably mean modifying the scenario's settings. You can do it by following examples from our docs https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/python-api/scenarios.html#enable-scenarios-from-a-list-of-ids.
For example, you can do something like below:
import dataiku client = dataiku.api_client() project = client.get_default_project() scenario = project.get_scenario("scenario_id") settings = scenario.get_settings() raw_setttings = settings.get_raw() #modify raw settings: raw_setttings["name"] = "new_name" #and save the settings: settings.save()
If the above is not what you mean, please elaborate on what you want to modify and provide an example.
Thanks for the reply @VitaliyD. I have tried to do that, however my objectif is to change the content of a scenario (e.g. adding and specifying a new step or changing python code inside a scenario). I have not managed to do this with a step-based scenario, but it seems it is possible to change the code of a custom code scenario.
Hey @tanguy , have you found a way to change the code of a custom scenario? I only found a way to change the code of step with custom Python code in step-based scenarios, no clue how to do it for custom code scenarios.
Hi @lightnessofbein, I am interested in your solution to modify custom python code in a step based scenario 🙂.
Regarding custom scenarios, maybe you can change it by using the payload methods (there is `get_payload` method and a `set_payload` method)?