tutorial

### Tutorial Documentation Documentation that goes along with the Airflow tutorial located [here](https://airflow.apache.org/tutorial.html)

Airflow Fundamentals


Providers:

Modules:

Run this DAG

1. Install the Astronomer CLI:Skip if you already have the CLI

2. Initate the project in a local directory:

3. Copy and paste the code below into a file in the

dags
directory.

4. Run the DAG from the local directory where the project was initiated:

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"""
### Tutorial Documentation
Documentation that goes along with the Airflow tutorial located
[here](https://airflow.apache.org/tutorial.html)
"""
# [START tutorial]
# [START import_module]
from datetime import timedelta
from textwrap import dedent
# The DAG object; we'll need this to instantiate a DAG
from airflow import DAG
# Operators; we need this to operate!
from airflow.operators.bash import BashOperator
from airflow.utils.dates import days_ago
# [END import_module]
# [START default_args]
# These args will get passed on to each operator
# You can override them on a per-task basis during operator initialization
default_args = {
'owner': 'airflow',
'depends_on_past': False,
'email': ['airflow@example.com'],
'email_on_failure': False,
'email_on_retry': False,
'retries': 1,
'retry_delay': timedelta(minutes=5),
# 'queue': 'bash_queue',
# 'pool': 'backfill',
# 'priority_weight': 10,
# 'end_date': datetime(2016, 1, 1),
# 'wait_for_downstream': False,
# 'dag': dag,
# 'sla': timedelta(hours=2),
# 'execution_timeout': timedelta(seconds=300),
# 'on_failure_callback': some_function,
# 'on_success_callback': some_other_function,
# 'on_retry_callback': another_function,
# 'sla_miss_callback': yet_another_function,
# 'trigger_rule': 'all_success'
}
# [END default_args]
# [START instantiate_dag]
with DAG(
'tutorial',
default_args=default_args,
description='A simple tutorial DAG',
schedule_interval=timedelta(days=1),
start_date=days_ago(2),
tags=['example'],
) as dag:
# [END instantiate_dag]
# t1, t2 and t3 are examples of tasks created by instantiating operators
# [START basic_task]
t1 = BashOperator(
task_id='print_date',
bash_command='date',
)
t2 = BashOperator(
task_id='sleep',
depends_on_past=False,
bash_command='sleep 5',
retries=3,
)
# [END basic_task]
# [START documentation]
t1.doc_md = dedent(
"""\
#### Task Documentation
You can document your task using the attributes `doc_md` (markdown),
`doc` (plain text), `doc_rst`, `doc_json`, `doc_yaml` which gets
rendered in the UI's Task Instance Details page.
![img](http://montcs.bloomu.edu/~bobmon/Semesters/2012-01/491/import%20soul.png)
"""
)
dag.doc_md = __doc__ # providing that you have a docstring at the beginning of the DAG
dag.doc_md = """
This is a documentation placed anywhere
""" # otherwise, type it like this
# [END documentation]
# [START jinja_template]
templated_command = dedent(
"""
{% for i in range(5) %}
echo "{{ ds }}"
echo "{{ macros.ds_add(ds, 7)}}"
echo "{{ params.my_param }}"
{% endfor %}
"""
)
t3 = BashOperator(
task_id='templated',
depends_on_past=False,
bash_command=templated_command,
params={'my_param': 'Parameter I passed in'},
)
# [END jinja_template]
t1 >> [t2, t3]
# [END tutorial]