Source code for airflow.example_dags.example_branch_python_dop_operator_3

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Example DAG demonstrating the usage of ``@task.branch`` TaskFlow API decorator with depends_on_past=True,
where tasks may be run or skipped on alternating runs.
from __future__ import annotations

import pendulum

from airflow import DAG
from airflow.decorators import task
from airflow.operators.empty import EmptyOperator

[docs]def should_run(**kwargs) -> str: """ Determine which empty_task should be run based on if the execution date minute is even or odd. :param dict kwargs: Context :return: Id of the task to run """ print( f"------------- exec dttm = {kwargs['execution_date']} and minute = {kwargs['execution_date'].minute}" ) if kwargs["execution_date"].minute % 2 == 0: return "empty_task_1" else: return "empty_task_2"
with DAG( dag_id="example_branch_dop_operator_v3", schedule="*/1 * * * *", start_date=pendulum.datetime(2021, 1, 1, tz="UTC"), catchup=False, default_args={"depends_on_past": True}, tags=["example"], ) as dag:
[docs] cond = should_run()
empty_task_1 = EmptyOperator(task_id="empty_task_1") empty_task_2 = EmptyOperator(task_id="empty_task_2") cond >> [empty_task_1, empty_task_2]

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