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    • Hi,  I just found the revoke user security role example of this page doesn't work (for version 4.6.15):  http://ftrack-python-api.rtd.ftrack.com/en/stable/example/security_roles.html An error says the "revoke_user_security_role" is  an invalid actionand not sure if the document gives a wrong command. Also, the "session.call" doesn't work too, I think it should be "session._call". Are these issues just document error or there's any API update after version 4.6 ?
    • Hi, We're a full CG studio with episodic work, and we currently use TypedContextLinks a lot, to link AssetsBuilds to Shots and Episodes which allows dynamic scene creation from ftrack info. Last week we started playing around with Custom Attribute Links and really like how searchable they are for the end user.  I like it enough that, as I'm about to do a refactor on some core tools for an unrelated issue, I'm considering either linking to (or replacing outright) the TypedContextLink workflow we currently use.  My worry is that I'm unsure how well it'll handle assets that end up with hundreds of links to shots over a production run.  I'm curious if the speed will be similar to TypedContextLinks, as they seem somewhat related in how they work from the little that I've played with them. Do I have any real reason for concern over performance, or should I just go for it? Thanks! Mark 
    • Hi Peter, We have had a look at your logs and there seems to be a Houdini launcher created and should be available within ftrack: ftrack_application_launcer:log:970: DEBUG - MainThread - 2021-10-14 16:42:00,134 - 118 - ftrack_application_launcher.discover_applications.DiscoverApplications - Creating App launcher <label:Houdini|id:ftrack-connect-launch-houdini|variant:None> with priority 100   As there is py3 builds of Houdini, we are planning to have a rc4 with improved Houdini launch out within the next couple of days. I would suggest you try this out and then lets see if the problem persists, will reach out to you as soon as we have the release available at the forum. Cheers /Henrik  
    • Hi, What if I run a "session.encode_media()" command and not assign the encoded vidoe/image components to a asset version ? Are these components just pending on ftrack server ? or they'll be removed automatically (depend on whether have connection with any ftrack entity) ? If these components are just pending there, can I find and remove them ?
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