An abstraction for component (BaseNode) artifact inputs.
tfx.v1.types.BaseChannel( type: Type[
BaseChannel is often interchangeably used with the term 'channel' (not
Channel which points to the legacy class name).
Component takes artifact inputs distinguished by each "input key". For example:
trainer = Trainer( examples=example_gen.outputs['examples']) ^^^^^^^^ input key ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ channel
Here "examples" is the input key of the
Examples artifact type.
example_gen.outputs['examples'] is a channel. Typically a single channel
refers to a list of
Artifact of a homogeneous type. Since channel is a
declarative abstraction it is not strictly bound to the actual artifact, but
is more of an input selector.
The most commonly used channel type is an
OutputChannel (in the form of
component.outputs["key"], which selects the artifact produced by the
component in the same pipeline run (in synchronous execution mode; more
information on OutputChannel docstring), and is typically a single artifact.
||The artifact type class that the Channel takes.|
||Name of the artifact type class that Channel takes.|
future() -> placeholder.ChannelWrappedPlaceholder
get_data_dependent_node_ids() -> Set[str]
Get data dependent nodes of this channel.
Currently only the
OutputChannel directly imposes the data dependency,
but other channels can also indirectly have a data dependency if they depend
on the OutputChannel. Use this abstract method to define transitive data
|A set of data-dependent node IDs.|
__eq__( other )