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Ram443
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Resolved! I created a data frame but was not able to see the data

Code to create a data frame:from pyspark.sql import SparkSessionspark=SparkSession.builder.appName("oracle_queries").master("local[4]")\  .config("spark.sql.warehouse.dir", "C:\\softwares\\git\\pyspark\\hive").getOrCreate()from pyspark.sql.functions ...

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Aviral-Bhardwaj
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@ramanjaneyulu kancharla​  can you please select my answer as best answer

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Lazloo
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Cannot load spark-avro jars with databricksversion 10.4

Currently, I am facing an issue since the `databricks-connect` runtime on our cluster was updated to 10.4. Since then, I cannot load the jars for spark-avro anymore. By Running the following code from pyspark.sql import SparkSession   spark = SparkSe...

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Chris_Shehu
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Resolved! When trying to use pyodbc connector to write files to SQL server receiving error. java.lang.ClassNotFoundException Any alternatives or ways to fix this?

jdbcUsername = ******** jdbcPassword = *************** server_name = "jdbc:sqlserver://***********:******" database_name = "********" url = server_name + ";" + "databaseName=" + database_name + ";"   table_name = "PatientTEST"   try: df.write \ ...

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Hubert-Dudek
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please check following code:df.write.jdbc( url="jdbc:sqlserver://<host>:1433;database=<db>;user=<user>;password=<password>;encrypt=true;trustServerCertificate=false;hostNameInCertificate=*.database.windows.net;loginTimeout=30;driver=com.microsof...

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TJS
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Resolved! Can you help with this error please? Issue when using a new high concurrency cluster

Hello, I am trying to use MLFlow on a new high concurrency cluster but I get the error below. Does anyone have any suggestions? It was working before on a standard cluster. Thanks.py4j.security.Py4JSecurityException: Method public int org.apache.spar...

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User16753724828
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@Tom Soto​ We have a workaround for this. This cluster spark configuration setting will disable py4jSecurity while still enabling passthrough spark.databricks.pyspark.enablePy4JSecurity false

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