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Frustrated_DE
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DLT SQL demo pipeline issue

Hi,   First foray into DLT and following code exerts from the sample-DLT-notebook.I'm creating a notebook with the SQL below:CREATE STREAMING LIVE TABLE sales_orders_rawCOMMENT "The raw sales orders, ingested from /databricks-datasets."TBLPROPERTIES ...

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Frustrated_DE
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If you change the notebook default language as opposed to using magic command. I normally have it set to Python, I've wrongly assumed DLT would transpose as can't use magic command but have to change default in order for it to work. 

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ChristianRRL
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Resolved! DLT Notebook and Pipeline Separation vs Consolidation

Super basic question. For DLT pipelines I see there's an option to add multiple "Paths". Is it generally best practice to completely separate `bronze` from `silver` notebooks? Or is it more recommended to bundle both raw `bronze` and clean `silver` d...

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ChristianRRL
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This is great! I completely missed the list view before.

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ChristianRRL
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DLT Compute Resources - What Compute Is It???

Hi there, I'm wondering if someone can help me understand what compute resources DLT uses? It's not clear to me at all if it uses the last compute cluster I had been working on, or something else entirely.Can someone please help clarify this? 

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quakenbush
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Well, one thing they emphasize in the 'Adavanced Data Engineer' Training is that job-clusters will terminate within 5 minutes after a job is completed. So this could be in support of your theory to lower costs. I think job-cluster are actually design...

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