In this case, the parameter class instance is plugged into the string vs. the actual parameter value that we want. So the notebook is given a
class instance — which is unusable, of course — instead of the string value of the parameter that we actually want.Why is that, and is there a way around this?
My use case: I am trying to build a string out of flow parameter values and pass that string as an input notebook parameter.I could change the notebook to accept the raw parameter values and build the string inside the notebook, so I can do that if necessary. It just seemed more natural in my case to build the string as part of the flow pass the already-built string to the notebook.
1 year ago
Hey @Nicholas Chammas, I think you need an intermediate task to do this because that f-string is evaluated during build time and you need something evaluated at runtime.