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Eldar_Dragomir
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Databricks Volume. Not able to read a file from Scala.

I used to use dbfs with mounted directories and now I want to switch to Volumes for storing my jars and application.conf for pipelines. I see the file my application.conf in Data Explorer > Catalog > Volumes, I also see the file with dbutils.fs.ls("/...

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argus7057
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Volumes mount are accessible using scala code only on a shared cluster. On single user mode this features is not supported yet. We use init scripts to move contents from Volumes to clusters local drive, when we need to access files from Native Scala ...

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_YSF
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UC Volumes - Cannot access the UC Volume path from this location. Path was

Hi, I'm trying out the new Volumes preview.I'm using external locations for everything so far. I have my storage credential, and external locations created and tested. I created a catalog, schema and in that schema a volume. In the new data browser o...

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franciscomorra
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Hope this helps, but this issue could be caused by the Cluster being in no-isolation shared and not in single-user or shared, both compatible with Unity Catalog

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