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PriyaV
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Suppress output in python notebooks

My dilemma is this - We use PySpark to connect to external data sources via jdbc from within databricks. Every time we issue a spark command, it spits out the connection options including the username, url and password which is not advisable. So, is ...

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Pabeggetur
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Anonymous
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Is there an equivalent of the %debug from Jupyter notebooks in Databricks notebooks for debugging python notebooks?

Is there an equivalent of the %debug from Jupyter notebooks in Databricks notebooks for debugging python notebooks?

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Dileep_Vidyadar
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Hi @Nathan Tong​ You can go through the 2 articles below that I found online for Debugging in Databricks.1. 7 Tips to Debug Apache Spark Code Faster with Databricks 2. Easier Spark Code Debugging

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Srikanth_Gupta_
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aladda
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Temp Views and Global Temp Views are the most common way of sharing data across languages within a Notebook/Cluster

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Digan_Parikh
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Resolved! Package cells for Python notebooks

Do we have an analogous concept to package cells for Python notebooks?

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Digan_Parikh
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You can just declare your classes and in one cell, and use them in the others. It is recommended to get all your classes in one notebook, and use %run in the other to "import" those classes.The one thing you cannot do is to literally import a folder/...

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