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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? T
  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: response.data[0].custom_attributes; with response.data[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
  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 custom_attributes.foo from Project where name is "{
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