As far as I can see, a tutorial looks a bit outdated. For new versions of a JDBC driver, you should use jdbc:databricks:// instead of jdbc:spark://.

Please let me know if it helps.

As alternative, you can download 2.6.22 version of the driver from https://databricks.com/spark/jdbc-drivers-archive to follow-up this tutorial.


Thanks Daniil, I tried your suggestions to change the string to databricks and downloaded to previous versions of the driver and still couldn't connect.  I tried every combination of authentication and tried the Databricks SQL endpoint along with cluster connection, still no success.  I'm not sure what else I could try....something tells me it has something to do with DataGrip confusing this driver for Azure SQL Database.


Please upload the IDE logs (Help | Collect Logs and Diagnostic Data) to https://uploads.jetbrains.com/ and provide its ID.


Is there any kind of news around this issue?

I am actually failing with same results, as if there was a confusion between drivers...


Have you tried jdbc:databricks:// instead of jdbc:spark:// ?

If it does not help, share the logs according to Daniil's instructions above.


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