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rrussell25
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Read arguments in a scala note invoked by a job.

In a scala note, how to I read input arguments (e.g. those proved by a job that runs a scala notebook). In python, dbutils.notebook.entry_point.getCurrentBindings() works. How about for scala.

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UmaMahesh1
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Hi @Robert Russell​ You can use dbutils.notebook.getContext.currentRunId in scala notebooks. Other methods are also available likedbutils.notebook.getContext.jobGroupdbutils.notebook.getContext.rootRunId dbutils.notebook.getContext.tags etc...You ...

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lshar
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Resolved! How do I pass arguments/variables from widgets to notebooks?

Hello,I am looking for a solution to this problem, which is known since 7 years: https://community.databricks.com/s/question/0D53f00001HKHZfCAP/how-do-i-pass-argumentsvariables-to-notebooksWhat I need is to parametrize my notebooks using widget infor...

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lshar
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@Hubert Dudek​ @Kaniz Fatma​ When I use the dbutils.notebook.run(..) a new cluster is started, hence I can run some other code, but cannot use variable and functions as if I have just run them directly in the same notebook. Hence, my goal is not met....

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