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William_Scardua
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Cosmos DB Connector for 12.1 Cluster and above

Hi guys,​You know what`s the version suporte the databricks cluster version above 12.1 ?my cluster:error: Thank you

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Hi @William Scardua​ Thank you for posting your question in our community! We are happy to assist you.To help us provide you with the most accurate information, could you please take a moment to review the responses and select the one that best answe...

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parulpaul
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parulpaul
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ImAbhishekTomar
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Resolved! Trying to Flatten My Json using CosmosDB Spark connector - Azure Databricks

Hi,Using the below cosmos DB query it is possible to achieve the expected output, but how can I do the same with spark SQL in Databricks.COSMOSDB QUERY : select c.ReportId,c.ReportName,i.price,p as provider from c join i in in_network join p in i.pr...

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Hubert-Dudek
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Hi @Abhishek Tomar​ , If you want to get it from Cosmos DB, use the connector with a custom query https://github.com/Azure/azure-cosmosdb-sparkIf you want to have JSON imported directly by databricks/spark, please go with the below solution:SELECT ...

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Sandesh87
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Resolved! log error to cosmos db

Objective:- Retrieve objects from an S3 bucket using a 'get' api call, write the retrieved object to azure datalake and in case of errors like 404s (object not found) write the error message to cosmos DB"my_dataframe" consists of the a column (s3Obje...

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Hi @Sandesh Puligundla​  issue is that you are using spark context inside foreachpartition. You can create a dataframe only on the spark driver. Few stack overflow references https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46964250/nullpointerexception-creatin...

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