Source code for tests.system.providers.databricks.example_databricks_sql

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This is an example DAG which uses the DatabricksSqlOperator
and DatabricksCopyIntoOperator. The first task creates the table
and inserts values into it. The second task uses DatabricksSqlOperator
to select the data. The third task selects the data and stores the
output of selected data in file path and format specified. The fourth
task runs the select SQL statement written in the test.sql file. The
final task using DatabricksCopyIntoOperator loads the data from the
file_location passed into Delta table.

from __future__ import annotations

import os
from datetime import datetime

from airflow import DAG
from airflow.providers.databricks.operators.databricks_sql import (

[docs]ENV_ID = os.environ.get("SYSTEM_TESTS_ENV_ID")
[docs]DAG_ID = "example_databricks_sql_operator"
with DAG( dag_id=DAG_ID, schedule="@daily", start_date=datetime(2021, 1, 1), tags=["example"], catchup=False, ) as dag:
[docs] connection_id = "my_connection"
sql_endpoint_name = "My Endpoint" # [START howto_operator_databricks_sql_multiple] # Example of using the Databricks SQL Operator to perform multiple operations. create = DatabricksSqlOperator( databricks_conn_id=connection_id, sql_endpoint_name=sql_endpoint_name, task_id="create_and_populate_table", sql=[ "drop table if exists default.my_airflow_table", "create table default.my_airflow_table(id int, v string)", "insert into default.my_airflow_table values (1, 'test 1'), (2, 'test 2')", ], ) # [END howto_operator_databricks_sql_multiple] # [START howto_operator_databricks_sql_select] # Example of using the Databricks SQL Operator to select data. select = DatabricksSqlOperator( databricks_conn_id=connection_id, sql_endpoint_name=sql_endpoint_name, task_id="select_data", sql="select * from default.my_airflow_table", ) # [END howto_operator_databricks_sql_select] # [START howto_operator_databricks_sql_select_file] # Example of using the Databricks SQL Operator to select data into a file with JSONL format. select_into_file = DatabricksSqlOperator( databricks_conn_id=connection_id, sql_endpoint_name=sql_endpoint_name, task_id="select_data_into_file", sql="select * from default.my_airflow_table", output_path="/tmp/1.jsonl", output_format="jsonl", ) # [END howto_operator_databricks_sql_select_file] # [START howto_operator_databricks_sql_multiple_file] # Example of using the Databricks SQL Operator to select data. # SQL statements should be in the file with name test.sql create_file = DatabricksSqlOperator( databricks_conn_id=connection_id, sql_endpoint_name=sql_endpoint_name, task_id="create_and_populate_from_file", sql="test.sql", ) # [END howto_operator_databricks_sql_multiple_file] # [START howto_operator_databricks_copy_into] # Example of importing data using COPY_INTO SQL command import_csv = DatabricksCopyIntoOperator( task_id="import_csv", databricks_conn_id=connection_id, sql_endpoint_name=sql_endpoint_name, table_name="my_table", file_format="CSV", file_location="abfss://", format_options={"header": "true"}, force_copy=True, ) # [END howto_operator_databricks_copy_into] (create >> create_file >> import_csv >> select >> select_into_file) from tests.system.utils.watcher import watcher # This test needs watcher in order to properly mark success/failure # when "tearDown" task with trigger rule is part of the DAG list(dag.tasks) >> watcher() from tests.system.utils import get_test_run # noqa: E402 # Needed to run the example DAG with pytest (see: tests/system/
[docs]test_run = get_test_run(dag)

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