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  1. Hey there, we are currently trying to 'find' our custom attributes.. We set them up being 'Hierarchical' and when having selected a task, they can be retrieved via task['custom_attributes']['attribute_name']. In the web-ui they are visible when selecting a users profile in the overview. Now we would like to access these attributes via user['custom_attributes']['attribute_name'], but 'attribute_name' is not listed as a member in user['custom_attributes'] (Non-hierarchical attributes, which are added to 'User', are listed ). Are we missing something here? Thanks alot in advance
  2. Hey everybody, we would like to use our custom_attributes' labels (that get setup when creating a custom_attribute-entry) when creating folders in the project. In javascript we access these via the projects' custom_properties like so:[0].custom_attributes; with[0] being the project. And from here each attribute has a 'configuration' containing a 'config'. In here we found 'data' and finally 'menu' which contains a pretty printable name of the attribute. But via the python api we're not able to find an equivalent. Are we looking in the wrong place? We would be greatfull for some insight. Since all the attributes have a 'label' containing a well formatted string in the system-settings, we thought, this would be accessible somehow.. Tim
  3. Hi, I'm trying to figure out a query to retrieve all or selected custom_attributes in a query. I have some custom attributes on a project and my session has autopopulating turned OFF. project = session.query('select custom_attributes from Project where name is "{0}"'.format(name)).one() if I try to access my custom attribute "foo" the value of it is not set print project['custom_attributes']['foo'] > NOT_SET I tried to pass the attribute name directly to the query but that in key error project = session.query('select from Project where name is "{0}"'.format(name, key)).one() > ServerError: Server reported error: KeyError(u"No attribute u'foo' exists for schema u'CustomAttributeValue'.") is it possible to fetch custom attributes in the main query?