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RantoB
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Resolved! Import notebook with python script using API

Hi,I would like to import a python notebook to my databricks workspace from my local machine using a python script.I manages to create the folder but then I have a status code 400 when I try to import a file :create_folder = requests.post( '{}/api/...

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RantoB
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Hi, Thanks for your answer.Actually both your code and mine are working. However, I cannot write in the directory Repos which is reserved (but I can create subdirectories...)Thanks to your code I got an error message which helped me to understand. Wi...

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RantoB
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Resolved! Import a notebook in a Release Pipeline with a Python script

Hi, I would like to import a python file to Databricks with a Azure DevOps Release Pipeline.Within the pipeline I execute a python script which contains this code :import sys import os import base64 import requests   dbw_url = sys.argv[1] # https://a...

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Hubert-Dudek
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Recently I wrote about alternative way to export/import notebooks in pthon https://community.databricks.com/s/question/0D53f00001TgT52CAF/import-notebook-with-python-script-using-api This way you will get more readable error/message (often it is rela...

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RantoB
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Resolved! %run file not found

Hi,I was using the following command to import variables and functions from an other notebook :%run ./utilsFor some reason it is not working any more and gives me this message :Exception: File `'./utils.py'` not found.utils.py is still at the same pl...

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RantoB
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Finally I just solved my issue.Actually, in the same cell I wrote a comment starting with # and it was not working because of that...

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User16826992666
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Resolved! Can you import a Jupyter notebook to a Databricks workspace?

Also curious if you can export a notebook created in Databricks as a Jupyter notebook

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Yes, the .ipynb format is a supported file type which can be imported to a Databricks workspace. Note that some special configurations may need to be adjusted to work in the Databricks environment. Additional accepted file formats which can be import...

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