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Databricks File System Connection (legacy)

KNIME Databricks Spark context and DBFS connector version 4.3.2.v202103021015

This legacy file handling node has been replaced by the Databricks File System Connector and will become deprecated in the foreseeable future. For further information about the new file handling framework see the File Handling Guide.

This node configures the connection information that will be used to connect to the Databricks File System (DBFS) of a Databricks deployment.


Full domain name of the Databricks deployment, <account>.cloud.databricks.com on AWS or <region>.azuredatabricks.net on Azure.
Port to use. Should be 443 on most deployments.
Tokens or user and password can be used for authentication. Databricks strongly recommends tokens. See authentication in Databricks AWS or Azure documentation for more informations about personal access token.
Workflow credentials
Enable the checkbox to use workflow credentials for this connection. Depending on the selected authentication method (see option above), user and password are used or the password of the credentials will be used as token and the user name will be ignored.
Name of the user.
Password to use.
Token to use.
Specify the timeout for the connection in milliseconds here.

Output Ports

Port object containing the DBFS connection information.

Best Friends (Incoming)

Best Friends (Outgoing)



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