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HariharaSam
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Using variables in Spark SQL

Is there a way to declare variables in Spark SQL like we do it in T-SQL?

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Kaniz
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Hi @Hariharan Sambath​, We haven't heard from you on the last response from @Debayan Mukherjee​ and @Hubert Dudek​, and I was checking back to see if his suggestions helped you. Or else, If you have any solution, please share it with the community as...

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lizou
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Resolved! Random error related to dynamic variables in SQL - at least one column must be specified (shallowclone table)

Environment: AzureA data transformation template that take s table name as variable. The variable is set in separate notebook %run ../_configShallow clone is used to generate a staging table with exact same columns of target table.A random error occ...

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Anonymous
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@lizou​ - That's great! I'm so glad. Would you be happy to share your solution with us and then mark the answer as best? That will help others find the solution more quickly.

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Siddhesh2525
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How to pass dynamic value in databricks

I have separate column value defined in 13 diffrent notebook and i want merge into 1 databrick notebook and want to pass dynamic parameter using databrick so it will help me to run in single databricks notebook .

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Prabakar
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Hi @siddhesh Bhavar​ you can use widgets with the %run command to achieve this. https://docs.databricks.com/notebooks/widgets.html#use-widgets-with-run%run /path/to/notebook $X="10" $Y="1"

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