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User16752245312
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How can I make Databricks API calls from notebook?

Access to Databricks APIs require the user to authenticate. This usually means creating a PAT (Personal Access Token) token. Conveniently, a token is readily available to you when you are using a Databricks notebook.databricksURL = dbutils.notebook....

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519320
New Contributor II
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hmmm.... no resolution yet? 

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Kaijser
by New Contributor II
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Installing private python Azure DevOps repository without revealing personal access token in pyproject.toml

I want to install a .whl file on my Databricks cluster which includes a private Azure DevOps repository as a dependency in its pyproject.toml file, i.e.:[project] name = "test" description = "test_description." version = "0.1.0" authors = [ { name ...

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Anonymous
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Hi @Aaron Kaijser​  Great to meet you, and thanks for your question! Let's see if your peers in the community have an answer to your question. Thanks.

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Aakash_Bhandari
by New Contributor III
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Resolved! Accessing a FastAPI endpoint using Personal Access Token (PAT)

Hello Community,I have a FastAPI endpoint on a cluster with addess 0.0.0.0:8084/predict. And I want to send a request to this endpoint from a React App which is locally hosted on my computer. I have a Personal access token for the workspace but dont ...

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@Aakash Bhandari​ :To send a request from a React App to a FastAPI endpoint on a Databricks cluster using a Personal Access Token (PAT), you can use the requests module in Python to make HTTP requests.Here's an example of how to use requests to send ...

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Chris_Shehu
by Valued Contributor III
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On-Behalf of tokens disabled for Azure Environments?

While trying to setup a Power BI connection to the Azure Delta Lake we ran into several issues around Service Principals. ​1) The API listed on the learn.microsoft site (link 1 below) indicates that there is an API you can use to create SP tokens. Wh...

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meetskorun
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hello,i am new here from india, here to share some thoughts with you all

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Hubert-Dudek
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One great advantage of using the dDatabricks VSCode extension is that it doesn't require a personal access token. All you need to do is sign in to...

One great advantage of using the dDatabricks VSCode extension is that it doesn't require a personal access token. All you need to do is sign in to your Azure account, and you're good to go!

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jose_gonzalez
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Indeed, thank you for sharing this!!!

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venkat-bodempud
by New Contributor III
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Power BI - Databricks Integration using Service Principal

Hello Community,We are able to connect to databricks(using Personal access token) from Power BI Desktop and we able to set up scheduling databricks notebook using DataFactory for every 10 minutes(as per our requirement). We want to avoid using the pe...

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Prabakar
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You can use the token generated for the service principal and use it. As a security best practice, when authenticating with automated tools, systems, scripts, and apps, Databricks recommends you use access tokens belonging to service principals inste...

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Giorgi
by New Contributor III
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GitLab integration

I've followed instructions and did gitlab integration:Generated Personal Access Token from GitLabAdd token (from step 1) to User settings (GitLab, email, token)In Admin console -> Repos Git URL Allow List permissions: Disabled (no restrictions)In Adm...

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Kaniz
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Hi @Giorgi ARABIDZE​ , We haven't heard from you on the last response from @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 it can be helpful to oth...

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vk217
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Resolved! Token management is not enabled for this feature tier

I want to create a personal access token for a service principal so that I can use that service principal personal access token in the databricks-connect configure command in an automated build. I followed the instructions from here.https://docs.data...

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Atanu
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@Vikas B​ https://docs.databricks.com/dev-tools/api/latest/scim/scim-sp.html#scim-api-20-serviceprincipals let me know if this helps.

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vk217
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Resolved! Generic user account and personal access token to Azure Datarbicks

Is there a way to create a generic user account and personal access token to connect to databricks. I have Azure build pipeline and VSCode test that is using my personal access token for running builds and tests.

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Gabriel0007
New Contributor III
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You can create a service account (principle) for jobs, applications etc. Here's a link to the docs:https://docs.databricks.com/administration-guide/users-groups/service-principals.html

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Sarvagna_Mahaka
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Resolved! Unable to clone GitLab Enterprise Edition repo in Databricks

Below are the steps that I followed. I still get an error message.Create a repo in gitlab enterprise editionIn GitLab, create a personal access token that allows access to your repositories ( with read_repository and write_repository permissions)Save...

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User16725394280
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Hi @Sarvagna Mahakali​  the repository which you are trying to add might be behind the VPN, our service cannot access it since it has no access to the VPN network.You may need the Enterprise Git / VPC to connect to the repository.Kindly check and let...

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NOOR_BASHASHAIK
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Resolved! Databricks PAT (personal access token) with access to databases selectively

Hi all,I am establishing a connection to databricks from Collibra through Spark driver. Collibra expects these details for the connection (for token based):personal access token (pat)server/workspace namehttpPathUpon successful connection, Collibra d...

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Atanu
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PAT token is integrated with the workspace, So it will get access of all hive. Is there anyway you can filter out with Collibra?

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User16869510359
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amr
New Contributor III
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You can view them in the workspace Home Page --> Top Right Click on User Settings --> Access Tokens.Or you can use the List API to get them.

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User16753724663
by Valued Contributor
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Download private repo from GitHub Enterprise in Databricks notebook

We are trying to download our repository which is hosted on GitHub Enterprise to use its python libraries in our notebooks.Earlier we had issues with downloading our repository using the repos feature in Databricks platform since only notebooks can b...

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User16753724663
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To fix the issue, we need to pass the token in the header itself git clone https://<token>:x-oauth-basic@github.com/owner/repo.gitExample:%sh   git clone https://<token>@github.com/darshanbargal4747/databricks.git

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