Darin Douglass

    Darin Douglass

    3 months ago
    in orion’s ui is there a place to see flow run parameters?
    Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    3 months ago
    This may sound silly but: You can't see parameter values, but you can copy them 😄
    We are working on that UX so it will improve, but just so that you are aware, you can grab the value by clicking COPY
    Darin Douglass

    Darin Douglass

    3 months ago
    ah ok, i was messing around with the api and noticed the parameters arg but didn’t see it in the ui
    Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    3 months ago
    @Marvin open "As a user, I want to see the default Parameter values of a given deployment in the UI"
    Marvin

    Marvin

    3 months ago
    Darin Douglass

    Darin Douglass

    3 months ago
    ah is that only available with deployment-ran flows? what about flows ran via, say, the repl?
    Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    3 months ago
    in that case, perhaps you could log the parameter values?
    I understand what you mean and I could take it as a potential feature request - for now as a workaround you can achieve that by logging those values
    Darin Douglass

    Darin Douglass

    3 months ago
    these questions come from me looking into a clojure orion client and wondering if the
    parameters
    param was actually needed/useful
    Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    3 months ago
    clojure?
    Darin Douglass

    Darin Douglass

    3 months ago
    https://clojure.org/ tl;dr lisp hosted in java/javascript/clj/dart
    Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    3 months ago
    it's def needed and useful 😄 maybe not for each use case
    what are you trying to do? what would be such an Orion client used for?
    do you mean it as execution layer i.e. your agent?
    Darin Douglass

    Darin Douglass

    3 months ago
    i’d like to write clojure tasks using orion’s multi-language support
    i have the rest api spec and the python source code so i’ve been looking at it in my spare time
    Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    3 months ago
    interesting, thanks for looking at expanding Prefect 2.0 - we are not that far yet to think about support for new languages, that's something we could explore more in 2023 (just to be transparent and manage expectations)
    Darin Douglass

    Darin Douglass

    3 months ago
    fully understood, it’s just generally exploratory
    eventually our team will want to transition to the clojure client, but not until the support/stability is there