This section describes how you interact through the with your Azure Databricks Tables data.
NOTE: Use of Azure Databricks Tables requires installation on Azure, integration with Azure Databricks, and an Azure Databricks connection. For more information, see Configure for Azure Databricks.
The can use Databricks Tables for the following tasks:
|Databricks managed tables||Read/Write|
|Databricks unmanaged tables||Read/Write|
Delta Tables (managed and unmanaged tables)
The underlying format for Databricks Tables is Parquet.
Databricks Tables deployment: Your must enable use of Databricks Tables. See Create Databricks Tables Connections.
Databricks Personal Access Token: You must acquire and save a Databricks Personal Access Token into your . For more information, see Databricks Personal Access Token Page.
NOTE: The does not modify source data in Databricks Tables. Datasets sourced from Databricks Tables are read without modification from their source locations.
You can create a from a table or view stored in Databricks Tables.
For more information on how data types are imported from Databricks Tables, see Databricks Tables Data Type Conversions.
You can write data back to Databricks Tables using one of the following methods: