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@sajjadali414 we use 1443 or 443 to reach SQL Ondemand and SQL endpoints from Synapse Studio and we can use HTTPS or Websockets (WSS). You can check it using HAR trace https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-portal/capture-browser-trace In this sample using Websockets
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Hi @Liliam_Leme It would be great to see support for notebook utils in C#. Implementing a task factory to execute Notebook.Run(); seems like a match made in heaven, what are the plans for C# support?
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This sounds like an excellent feature. Using the spark pool as a job pool was difficult in scenarios where pipeline would orchestrate many thousands of applications. However, it is still a bit annoying that notebook utils is not supported in C# meaning this implementation would only be supported in ...
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@FonsecaSergio Thank you for the well explained Synapse connectivity series. I have one question, why are you using port 1443 and what protocol (application layer) is used for 1443?as per https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/synapse-analytics/security/synapse-workspace-ip-firewall#connect-to-azur...
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Hi @Liliam_Leme ,the limitation concerning running unpublished notebooks in a debug pipeline is still missing
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