This feature is in Public Preview.
To authenticate to and access Databricks REST APIs, you can use Databricks personal access tokens or passwords. We strongly recommend that you use tokens.
You can store a personal access token in
.netrc and use in
curl or pass it to the
Authorization: Bearer header.
Create a .netrc file with
machine <databricks-instance> login token password <personal-access-token>
<databricks-instance>is the workspace URL of your Databricks deployment.
tokenis the literal string
<personal-access-token>is the value of your personal access token.
You can optionally set
login to your Databricks username and
password to your Databricks password. However, we recommend that you use a personal access token to authenticate to an API endpoint. If you choose to use a username and password, do not use
-u to pass your credentials as follows:
curl -u <your-username>:<your-password> -X GET https://<databricks-instance>/api/2.0/sql/endpoints/
To invoke the
.netrc file, use
-n in your
curl -n -X GET https://<databricks-instance>/api/2.0/sql/endpoints/get?id=<endpoint-id>