September 28 - October 5, 2022
These features and improvements were released with the 2022.40 release of Delta Live Tables.
CURRENT (default): Databricks Runtime 11.0.7
PREVIEW: Databricks Runtime 11.0.7
Using a cluster label other than
maintenancein your pipeline settings causes failures during pipeline creation or edit. For more information about cluster configuration for Delta Live Tables pipelines, see Configure your compute settings.
You can now open or run pipelines directly from your Delta Live Tables notebooks. See Open or run a Delta Live Tables pipeline from a notebook.
This release includes a breaking change in the pipeline settings data structure returned by Delta Live Tables API requests. This change returns the
editionfield as an upper case value. Previously, this value was returned as mixed case. You must update your clients that read the
editionvalue in API responses to ensure the correct processing of the return value. However, the
editionvalue in API requests is case insensitive; your clients that submit requests including this field do not require updating.
This release fixes a bug that causes the Delta Live Tables UI to show a pipeline in a
RUNNINGstate even after update failure.
This update fixes a bug in the APPLY_CHANGES interface when re-processing input data where the data contains duplicate
DELETEoperations with the same value in the
SEQUENCEcolumn. This scenario results in
NULLvalues in the target table and removal of the
DeleteVersionvalue. This is equivalent to marking the record as
NOT-DELETED. With this change, the duplicate
DELETEoperations are handled idempotently and always mark the record as
This release fixes a bug causing rows to be hidden during SCD type 2 processing when a previous historical record is deleted containing the same columns as the next historical record.
This update fixes a bug causing a view with an
expect_or_failexpectation to remain in the
RUNNINGstate even if the expectation fails. With this fix, the pipeline fails and transitions to the