Using the Custom Module in AzureML Designer Created from Notebook

AzureML User 6 Reputation points
2021-12-01T04:50:48.197+00:00

Following the steps in the notebook I am able to create a Module and I also can see the module in the AzureML designer (Under Custom module).
https://github.com/Azure/MachineLearningNotebooks/blob/master/how-to-use-azureml/machine-learning-pipelines/intro-to-pipelines/aml-pipelines-how-to-use-modulestep.ipynb

Creating pipeline with ModuleStep and running a pipeline from notebook is also possible. But while trying to use the module in the designer, and trying to run a pipeline in an experiment, getting following error,
Error
Can't build command text for [ModelExplainer], moduleId [ed91c7cf-028f-4867-a228-b32f74cb8ff2] executionId [e4436bd8]: Assignment for parameter Target is not specified

Where ModelExplainer is the experiment name.

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  1. Ramr-msft 17,441 Reputation points
    2021-12-01T12:52:53.937+00:00

    @AzureML User Thanks for the question. Please share details of your experiment and issue from the ml.azure.com portal for a service engineer to lookup the issue from the back-end? This option is available from the top right hand corner of the portal by clicking the smiley face, Please select the option Microsoft can email you about the feedback along with a screen shot so our service team can lookup and advise through email.

    Custom module is designed for reusable tasks in machine learning workflow, like data process, training, scoring etc. So specific transformation. Generally it's recommended to pass asset (dataset or model) as input for a custom module, and the module can use the input to perform certain task.

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