Hi Team - I'm getting an error when attempting to ...
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c
Hi Team - I'm getting an error when attempting to use this library in another class from the task. I'm not sure why it is failing
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from prefect.blocks.system import *
sraDatabaseSecretName = String.load("sra-database") #This is the name of the secret Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/pysetup/.venv/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prefect/client.py", line 1268, in read_block_document_by_name response = await self._client.get( File "/opt/pysetup/.venv/lib/python3.8/site-packages/httpx/_client.py", line 1751, in get return await self.request( File "/opt/pysetup/.venv/lib/python3.8/site-packages/httpx/_client.py", line 1527, in request return await self.send(request, auth=auth, follow_redirects=follow_redirects) File "/opt/pysetup/.venv/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prefect/client.py", line 279, in send response.raise_for_status() File "/opt/pysetup/.venv/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prefect/client.py", line 225, in raise_for_status raise PrefectHTTPStatusError.from_httpx_error(exc) from exc.cause prefect.exceptions.PrefectHTTPStatusError: Client error '404 Not Found' for url 'http://ephemeral-orion/api/block_types/slug/string/block_documents/name/sra-database?include_secrets=true' Response: {'detail': 'Block document not found'} For more information check: https://httpstatuses.com/404
n
from a terminal in same environment as your code runs from, do you see the
sra-database
block in the output of
prefect block ls
? I suspect your prefect profile is not pointing at the correct cloud workspace
c
n
hmm could you share a bit more of your code where the error is being thrown?
c
I stepped over the import in PyCharm... (python is a new language for me). The method in the class I am attempting to use is in another folder. Remote file /opt/project/python/src/main/prefect/reports/allocations/ is mapped to the local path C:\Users\chris.gunderson\source\repos\python\src\main\prefect\reports\allocations\ and can't be found. You can continue debugging, but without the source.
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import pandas as pd
import numpy as np
from datetime import datetime
from datetime import date
import logging, os
from sraPy.connections.mysql import sraController
from prefect.blocks.system import *
import boto3
import json

LOG_LEVEL = 'INFO'
LOG_FILE_NAME = os.path.basename(__file__)

class FidelityAllocations:
    @staticmethod
    def run_alloc():
        logging.getLogger(LOG_FILE_NAME).setLevel(LOG_LEVEL)
        <http://logging.info|logging.info>('Connecting to SRSE and SRA instances...')
        <http://logging.info|logging.info>(f'{os.getcwd()}')


        sraDatabaseSecretName = String.load("sra-database")
        srseDatabaseSecretName = String.load("srse-database")
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from datetime import datetime
from prefect import task, Flow
#from pydantic import BaseModel
from main.prefect.utility.email import SRAMailer
from main.reports.allocations.fidelity_allocations import FidelityAllocations
from prefect.blocks.system import Secret
from prefect.blocks.notifications import SlackWebhook
from prefect.orion.schemas.states import Completed, Failed

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#class Custodian(BaseModel):
#    name: str


@task(name = 'Fidelity Allocations',
      retries = 2,
      retry_delay_seconds = 60)
def allocations_process():
    logger = get_run_logger()
    excel_file = FidelityAllocations.run_alloc()
@Nate After putting the scripts in the same folder I'm still having this issue. Is the code not meant to be separated into other classes?
n
apologies but I'm not sure off the top why that would cause an issue, I'd have to investigate when I'm back at my computer. As a sanity check, could you try loading the same blocks directly in your flow?
c
I'm still having an issue with the docker container, but it works locally using Poetry
prefect = "^2.2.0"
That is in the poetry file, whereas, Docker is using 2.3.2.
My docker container is using 2.3
@Nate
Not sure if it is a version issue?
@Nate This was a configuration issue in PyCharm. The interpreter path was not pointing to the virtual environment, so that was the issue.
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