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Why java is no included in notebooks

db-avengers2rul
Contributor II

Hi All,

is there any way to use java in notebook ?

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Anonymous
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Java isn't really a language that is built for interaction and there is no notebook kernel for it. You can add a JAR to a workspace and run it, but not a notebook.

A notebook can have scala. You can make it the default language of the notebook or put %scala at the top of the cell.

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db-avengers2rul
Contributor II

i mean adding jars and practice scala inside the notebook ?

how to import jars in notebook ?

Anonymous
Not applicable

Java isn't really a language that is built for interaction and there is no notebook kernel for it. You can add a JAR to a workspace and run it, but not a notebook.

A notebook can have scala. You can make it the default language of the notebook or put %scala at the top of the cell.

AyanDutta
New Contributor II

Java 9 onwards there is a good support on REPL .I really find it hard to understand why still Java notebooks are not supported yet .

Meghala
Valued Contributor II

Thank you for this ans​

labtech
Valued Contributor II

From my understand, Java isn't a built-in language for notebook.

Aviral-Bhardwaj
Esteemed Contributor III

yes spark-submit in jar will work,it is available in the jobs/workflow section in the databricks

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