Usage of Storage()

I am trying to implement the Storage() functionality. I have written a test function:

    def test(params, **kwargs):
        storage = Storage()

        for i in range(10):
            storage.set(f'{i}', data=File.from_data(f'{i}'), scope='entity')

        for i in range(10):
            print(storage.get(f'{i}', scope='entity'))


        return ViktorResult(set_params_result=SetParamsResult({}))

The .set and .get functions of Storage() works fine, but the .list function gives the following error msg:

2022-06-28 13:13:07.372 ERROR   : Exception is raised
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "viktor_connector/connector.pyx", line 400, in connector.Job.execute
  File "viktor/core.pyx", line 1715, in viktor.core._handle_job
  File "/usr/src/app/app/XXXXX/", line 155, in test
  File "viktor/core.pyx", line 1169, in viktor.core._validate_storage_scope.wrapper
  File "viktor/core.pyx", line 1343, in viktor.core.Storage.list

Is there something wrong in adressing the Storage()?

Hi Bart, this is a bug (see Storage .list method)

Thanks, the use of a prefix is a good workaround