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Microsoft PNP Azure Log Analytics

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There is this package that is used inside my Scala notebook used for Azure Databricks to Azure Log Monitoring tables push for my application logs. When I updated my Databricks Runtime from 10.4 to 14 in my clusters, it starts to fail saying this package is not found. What can I do?


Community Manager
Community Manager
  • First, ensure that the package is compatible with Databricks Runtime 14.0. Sometimes, certain packages may not work seamlessly with newer runtime versions.
  • If a specific package version is recommended for Databricks Runtime 14.0, make sure you’re using that version.
  • Verify if there are any dependencies or related packages that need to be updated alongside the package. Sometimes, a package relies on other libraries, and updating them might resolve compatibility issues.
  • Check if there are any specific instructions related to dependencies in the package documentation or community discussions.
  • Confirm that you’re installing the package correctly. If you’re using a custom installation method, double-check the steps.
  • If you’re installing it via a package manager (e.g., pip or Maven), ensure that the installation command is accurate.
  • Verify that your Databricks cluster is configured correctly. Sometimes, missing configurations or incorrect settings can lead to package-related errors.
  • Check if there are any specific cluster settings or environment variables required for the package.
  • Ensure that the package repository or source you’re using to fetch the package is accessible and up-to-date.
  • If you’re using a custom repository, validate its availability.
  • If the issue persists and you need a quick workaround, consider rolling back to Databricks Runtime 10.4 temporarily. This will allow your application to function while you investigate further.
  • Keep in mind that this is not a long-term solution, but it can help you avoid downtime.

Additionally, if there are any error messages or logs, share them here, and I’ll assist you further! 🚀


Honored Contributor
Honored Contributor

Hi @aarshps ,

How were you installing the library for the package

Was it a library, whl, init script etc?

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