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Create Team Git Repo in Azure Databricks

Shawn_Eary
Contributor

When I attach a Git repo to Databricks, it always puts the repo under my username/domain name:

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How can I create a "team" repo at the top level, so teammates don't have to drill into my username?

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Hkesharwani
Contributor II

The best approach to create a shared repo is create a folder in repo .Then click on options and create -> Repo

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Give the required details like git provider 

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connect your git provider account from the setting.

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And the shared repo is ready this will allow you to manage repo from service user account rather than personal account.

Harshit Kesharwani
Self-taught Data Engineer | Seeking Remote Full-time Opportunities

DonatienTessier
Contributor

Hi,

Interest of using a repo is to have a dedicated area for each of developers.

If you want to have only a folder with the last version of the code, you should a CI/CD pipeline that will package the code and then delivered into a folder inside Workspace. E.g: Workspace/run

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