SHOW ALL IN SHARE

Applies to: check marked yes Databricks SQL check marked yes Databricks Runtime 10.3 and above

Lists the content of a share.

Syntax

SHOW ALL IN SHARE share_name

Parameters

  • share_name

    The name of an existing share. If the name does not exist, an exception is thrown.

Examples

-- Create share `customer_share` only if share with same name doesn't exist, with a comment.
> CREATE SHARE IF NOT EXISTS customer_share COMMENT 'This is customer share';

-- Add 2 tables to the share.
-- Expose my_schema.tab1 a different name.
-- Expose only two partitions of other_schema.tab2
> ALTER SHARE customer_share ADD TABLE my_schema.tab1 AS their_schema.tab1;
> ALTER SHARE customer_share ADD TABLE other_schema.tab2 PARTITION (c1 = 5), (c1 = 7);

-- List the content of the share
> SHOW ALL IN SHARE customer_share;
  name              type  shared_object          added_at                     added_by                   comment partitions
  ----------------- ----- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -------------------------- ------- ------------------
  other_schema.tab2 TABLE main.other_schema.tab2 2022-01-01T00:00:01.000+0000 alwaysworks@databricks.com NULL
  their_schema.tab1 TABLE main.myschema.tab2     2022-01-01T00:00:00.000+0000 alwaysworks@databricks.com NULL    (c1 = 5), (c1 = 7)