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  1. Thanks! Works like a charm!
  2. Testing again now and it works fine in Nuke/NukeStudio 11.2v1, but stopped working in Nuke 10.5.... I'll investigate further and write a support ticket, when I have time.. Thanks
  3. it connects without problems now ... no changes in the code or version of python - we're running python 2.7.11 code as following: session = ftrack_api.Session(auto_connect_event_hub=True) Might have been network shortage or something, but our IT guy diagnosed further and said there was no reply from the server, although FTrack in browser was working fine Cheers, Vit
  4. Thank you, it worked!
  5. Hi there! How can I achieve the same thing with the new API, please? Thanks in advance! Vit
  6. @Mattias: Many thanks! @Remus: Original idea was just to simplify things - It takes care of making publish look like coming from the same username, which is logged on your system and you don't have to get the user API keys... if the system user and ftrack user names are matching ofcourse, so changing the name of the publish is hopefully just temporary patch
  7. Hello, I am trying to use dedicated API key, however I'd like to make publish look like it was done by a specific user. What's the best way of doing so? Thanks in advance! Cheers. Vit
  8. Hi Lucas, could I get the invite as well? Cheers, vit.sedlacek@dazzlepictures.net
  9. vitek

    can't add the note

    Works now! Thanks Remus! Cheers
  10. vitek

    can't add the note

    Hi there! I'm trying to add the note with API, but can't quite nail it - I'm basically taking code from the documentation and just replacing queries with my own .... , any ideas what I am doing wrong, please? Any advice appreciated! Cheers! Here is the code: category = session.query( 'NoteCategory where name is "External Note"' ).first() note = session.create('Note', { 'content': 'New note with external category', 'author': session.query('User where username is "vit.sedlacek@dazzlepictures.net"').one(), 'category': session.query('NoteCategory where name is
  11. Solved -- typo in the code
  12. Hello folks, I'm trying to write a snippet to publish a file and link it to specific task and can't get it to work - is the TypedContextLink right way to do it? I've been doing quite some trial and error and getting error messages I don't quite understand ... could you point me in the right direction, please? Cheers!! import os import ftrack_api import ftrack_api.symbol #INIT SESSION session = ftrack_api.Session( server_url=server_url, api_key=api_key, api_user=api_user ) file_path = 'C:/Users/vit.sedlacek/test.mov'
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