Dataiku DSS Visual Studio Code Extension
Easily edit code Recipes, Web App files, Plugin files of your DSS projects right into VSCode.
The extension offers a new menu in the left panel (with the Dataiku logo). Through it, you can browse your projects and plugins.
DSS > 5.0.0
You can browse all code recipe of a project, edit them and when you save them, they will be saved back into DSS.
When a code recipe is open you will find in the bottom bar a button to run this recipe remotely on DSS. A new Output window will open and print the log of the running recipe.
You can browse all the wiki articles of a project, create, remove, edit and save them back into DSS.
You can browse into your plugins' hierarchy, edit the files and when you save them, they will be saved back into DSS. When you select a folder, a new icon will appear to let you add new files in this folder.
Note: When working with a DSS 5.1.3 or lower instance, saving a plugin file saving a plugin file will overide the one on the DSS instance even if it's more recent.
DSS >= 5.1.0
Python and R recipe can be run locally. To do so you will need:
DSS >= 5.1.4
Web apps can be listed, browsed and their files edited and saved into DSS.
Starting with DSS 5.1.4, saving a plugin file will not replace the remote one if it's more recent, but will print a window to prevent conflicts.
Plugins folders and files can be deleted directly from the hierarchy. Folders such as files can also be added.
There are two mandatory settings:
They are two ways to set them:
If you want to execute Python or R recipes locally and your DSS instance has SSL enabled, the dataiku package will verify the certificate. In order for this to work, you may need to add the root authority that signed the DSS SSL certificate to your local trust store. Please refer to your OS or Python manual for instructions.
If this is not possible, you can also disable checking the SSL certificate: