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Anonymous
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SSL connection error while connecting to Azure Databricks (wrong version number)

Hi all

 

I am trying to use Power BI with data from Azure Databricks. Therefore I installed an ODBC driver for Databricks.

The first step of getting data using the Azure Databricks connector in Power BI ("Get Data") works well. However, when I transform data from the selected Azure DB tables I receive the following error message about a wrong SSL version number:

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This error message occurs when I filter or remove columns in the power query editor or at the latest when I click on Close & Apply.

 

Can anybody help me out with this issue?

 

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Anonymous
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Solution: updating to the newest ODBC driver solved the problem

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Anonymous
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Solution: updating to the newest ODBC driver solved the problem

amitchandak
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@Anonymous , Any reason you are not using Azure Databricks connecter of power bi?

 

Create Azure DataBricks Account and Analyze with Power BI- https://youtu.be/AWTDEQCoOVw

Anonymous
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@amitchandakThanks for your answer! I acutally use the Databricks connector in Power BI (as seen in your video). My error occurs when I transform data in the power query editor.

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