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dannythermadom
by New Contributor III
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Dbutils.notebook.run command not working with /Repos/

I have two github repo configured in Databricks Repos folder. repo_1 is run using a job and repo_2 is run/called from repo_1 using Dbutils.notebook.run command. dbutils.notebook.run("/Repos/repo_2/notebooks/notebook", 0, args)i am getting the follo...

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cubanDataDude
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I am having a similar issue...  ecw_staging_nb_List = ['/Workspace/Repos/PRIMARY/UVVC_DATABRICKS_EDW/silver/nb_UPSERT_stg_ecw_insurance',                 '/Repos/PRIMARY/UVVC_DATABRICKS_EDW/silver/nb_UPSERT_stg_ecw_facilitygroups'] Adding workspace d...

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michael_mehrten
by New Contributor III
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Resolved! How to use Databricks Repos with a service principal for CI/CD in Azure DevOps?

Databricks Repos best-practices recommend using the Repos REST API to update a repo via your git provider. The REST API requires authentication, which can be done one of two ways:A user / personal access tokenA service principal access tokenUsing a u...

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martindlarsson
New Contributor III
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Having the exact same problem. Did you find a solution @michael_mehrten ?In my case Im using a managed identity so the solution some topics suggest on generating an access token from a Entra ID service principal is not applicable.

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pgagliardi
by New Contributor II
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Latest pushed code is not taken into account by Notebook

Hello, I cloned a repo my_repo in the Dataricks space Repos.Inside my_repo, I created a notebook new_experiment where I can import functions from my_repo, which is really handy. When I want to modify a function in my_repo, I open my local IDE, do the...

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Jnguyen
New Contributor II
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Use  %reload_ext autoreload instead, it will do your expected behavior.You just need to run it once, like %load_ext autoreload %autoreload 2

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jfarmer
by New Contributor II
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PermissionError / Operation not Permitted with Files-in-Repos

I've been running a notebook using files-in-repo. Previously this has worked fine. I'm unsure what's changed (I was testing integration with DCS on older runtimes, but don't think I made any persistent changes)--but now it's throwing an error (always...

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_carleto_
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Hi @jfarmer , did you solved this issue? I'm having exactly the same challenge.Thanks!

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yopbibo
by Contributor II
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Resolved! How to copy the content of a repos, in the workspace/shared, automatically, daily?

How to copy the content of a repos, in the workspace/shared, automatically, daily?Purpose here is to bring some notebooks, in shared, available to all workspace users, without requesting users to use REPOS.

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citizenkrank
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Alternatively, you can schedule a notebook with the following cell:%sh cp -r /Workspace/Repos/username/repo_name /Workspace/SharedPlease note that you'll have to update (i.e. pull) the repo manually if you've updated it somewhere else (although you c...

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cmilligan
by Contributor II
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Return notebook path from job that is run remotely from the repo

I'm wanting to set up some email alerts for issues in the data as a part of a job run. I am wanting to point the user to the notebook that the issue occurred in. I think this would be simple enough but another layer is that the job is going to be run...

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Debayan
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Hi, Could you please clarify what do you mean by return the file from the remote repo?Please tag @Debayan​ with your next response which will notify me, Thank you!

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William_Scardua
by Valued Contributor
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REPOS change my notebook format

Hi guys,I have some notebooks with REPOS but I noticed that REPOS changed my notebook format to .py because of this my Azure Data Factory no longer recognizes the notebook (.py)Have any ideia to convert that .py to databricks format ?

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-werners-
Esteemed Contributor III
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that is odd. repos is merely another location (linked to git).You can copy/paste the code inside the py file into a notebook, or convert them using online tools or python libraries (like py2ipynb).

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pantelis_mare
by Contributor III
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Resolved! Repos configuration for Azure Service Principal

Hello community!I would like to update a repo from within my Azure DevOps release pipeline. In the pipeline I generate a token using a AAD Service Principal as recommended, and I setup the databricks api using that token.When I pass the databricks re...

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xiangzhu
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traditional PAT may have long lifespn, but the new SP feature uses an AAD token which should have a much shorter lifespqn, maybe around one hour, this could be a limiting factor.However, I haven't tested this yet, so these are merely hypotheses.​Neve...

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thib
by New Contributor III
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Can we use multiple git repos for a job running multiple tasks?

I have a job running multiple tasks :Task 1 runs a machine learning pipeline from git repo 1Task 2 runs an ETL pipeline from git repo 1Task 2 is actually a generic pipeline and should not be checked in repo 1, and will be made available in another re...

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trijit
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The way to go about this would be to create Databricks repos in the workspace and then use that in the task formation. This way we can refer multiple repos in different tasks.

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gentresh
by New Contributor III
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Running terraform plan; databricks throws a "Permission_Denied: Missing required permissions [View] on node with ID "1759335429158542"

To give you a little bit of background:We use terraform to deploy a resource group with multiple Azure services Terraform leverages an Azure Service Principal that has Owner rights to the Azure subscriptionThis way, databricks is also deployed. We al...

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youssefmrini
by Honored Contributor III
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youssefmrini
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Support for Jupyter notebooks (.ipynb files) is available in Repos. You can clone repositories with .ipynb notebooks, work in Databricks UI, and then commit and push as .ipynb notebooks. Metadata such as a notebook dashboard is preserved. Admins can ...

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Simmy
by New Contributor II
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Databricks Repos are pushing all changes to GitHub

When I make any changes within a repo, when I go to commit and push to GitHub if I uncheck any changes that I don't want pushed, still get pushed to Github. Any help would be appreciated

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Simmy
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Hi @Vidula Khanna​ Problem is now resolved thanks, didn't have to do anything different, the functionality just started working as expected.

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m2chrisp
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Resolved! Deploying Databricks via ARM, then configuring via databricks-cli: creating a repo results in INVALID_STATE error.

Hi,I'm using databricks-cli to configure a newly-deployed Azure Databricks instance. The ARM deployment works fine, and then the databricks cli commands to create a secrets scope and add users also works just fine.Then I add a GitCredential to Datab...

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bk5723
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Resolved! Databricks Community version - Unable to clone a public git repository

Databricks Community version - Unable to clone a public git repository, as the 'Repository' tab that should appear below 'Workspace' tab on the portal does not appear and I am not aware of any alternate method. I have referred to some documents on th...

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