We want DBND to fit your preferred way of doing work, regardless of the hardware or the IDE you are using to develop your code.
If you want to trigger your execution programmatically as part of a broader Python process, you can define a DBND run using a simple python code:
@task def calculate_alpha(alpha = 0.5): return alpha class CalculateBeta(PythonTask): beta = parameter.value(0.1) result = output def run(self): self.result.write(self.beta) if __name__ == '__main__': calculate_alpha.dbnd_run(alpha=0.4) CalculateBeta(beta=0.15).dbnd_run()
To get a full list of options supported by a run command, Run
dbnd run --help.
Updated 11 days ago