We are now ready to consume and transform data from the
Sales.txt file we created in the previous section. We'll go back to the Databricks workspace and create a new notebook. The easiest way to achieve it is to use a template. As shown in the following screenshot, we select the
Data icon in the toolbar at the left of our workspace. We go to
Tables | Spark Data Sources | Azure Blob Storage. Click on
Create Table in Notebook to create the new notebook:
The notebook opens, with lots of sections. We'll first rename it, right-click on the notebook name and select
ADFV2Notebook and click on
Rename to rename it.
We'll now move it to the
ADFCalls folder. Right-click again on the newly renamed notebook and select
Move from the submenu, as shown next:
The following dialog box appears. Select the folder
ADFCalls and click on
Select to move the notebook to its desired location:
Now that the notebook is named and located properly, we'll modify its content.
A notebook is used...