cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Data Engineering
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Forum Posts

swatish0395
by New Contributor III
  • 1451 Views
  • 3 replies
  • 4 kudos

Resolved! how to create a scala jar using db notebook and save it in a file path inside databricks

I have scala function as below, i am unable to understand how to write a scala jar with the same, please find below code i have used Enforcing Column-Level Encryption - Databrick %scala import com.macasaet.fernet.{Key, StringValidator, Token}import o...

  • 1451 Views
  • 3 replies
  • 4 kudos
Latest Reply
swatish0395
New Contributor III
  • 4 kudos

I had to finally create the jar using teh intellij and sbt iconfiguration on the same env. and then installed the jar in the cluster it worked

  • 4 kudos
2 More Replies
Oliver_Angelil
by Valued Contributor II
  • 3493 Views
  • 4 replies
  • 0 kudos

Resolved! Python code linter in Databricks notebook

Is it possible to get syntax linting in a DB notebook? Say with flake8, like I do in VS code?

  • 3493 Views
  • 4 replies
  • 0 kudos
Latest Reply
artsheiko
Valued Contributor II
  • 0 kudos

No linting in a DB notebook available for now. The Notebook is currently in the process of adopting Monaco as the underlying code editor which will offer an improved code authoring experience for notebook cells.Some of the Monaco editor features enab...

  • 0 kudos
3 More Replies
kodvakare
by New Contributor III
  • 2094 Views
  • 5 replies
  • 9 kudos

Resolved! How to write same code in different locations in the DB notebook?

The old version of the notebook had this feature, where you could Ctrl+click on different positions in a notebook cell to bring the cursor there, and type to update the code in both the positions like in JupyterLab. The newer version is awesome but s...

Old DataBricks version, update in multiple positions like Jupyter IDE image
  • 2094 Views
  • 5 replies
  • 9 kudos
Latest Reply
SS2
Valued Contributor
  • 9 kudos

Alt+click is working fine ​

  • 9 kudos
4 More Replies
ricard98
by New Contributor II
  • 2358 Views
  • 3 replies
  • 5 kudos

How do you connect a folder path from your desktop to DB notebook?

I have a folder with multiples excel files that contains information from different cost centers, these files get update every week , im trying to upload all these files to the DB notebook , is there a way to connect the path directly to the DBFS to...

  • 2358 Views
  • 3 replies
  • 5 kudos
Latest Reply
User16873043099
Contributor
  • 5 kudos

Hello, Thanks for your question.You can mount a cloud object storage to dbfs and use them in a notebook. Please refer here.It is not possible to mount a local folder from desktop to dbfs. But you should be able to use the Databricks CLI to copy the e...

  • 5 kudos
2 More Replies
User16790091296
by Contributor II
  • 1559 Views
  • 1 replies
  • 0 kudos

Resolved! How can I use a Python function defined in my git-repo module within the DB notebook?

I have a function within a module in my git-repo. I want to import that to my DB notebook - how can I do that?

  • 1559 Views
  • 1 replies
  • 0 kudos
Latest Reply
Anand_Ladda
Honored Contributor II
  • 0 kudos

Databricks Repos allows you to sync your work in Databricks with a remote Git repository. This makes it easier to implement development best practices. Databricks supports integrations with GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab. Using Repos you can bring you...

  • 0 kudos
Labels