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Cannot install pyodbc

Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 or greater is required to install pyodbc. Get it with Microsoft C++ Build Tools

Cannot build wheels (Using legacy

To install rtdip-sdk using, you need to have wheel installed using the following command:

pip install wheel


For Default Credential authentication, a number of troubleshooting options are available here.

For Visual Studio Code errors, the version of Azure Account extension is installed(0.9.11) - To authenticate in Visual Studio Code, ensure version 0.9.11 or earlier of the Azure Account extension is installed. To track progress toward supporting newer extension versions, see this GitHub issue. Once installed, open the Command Palette and run the Azure: Sign In command

Exception has occurred: TypeError 'module' object is not callable

Ensure you are importing and using the RTDIP SDK functions correctly. You will need to give the module a name and reference it when using the function. See below for a code example.

from rtdip_sdk.authentication import authenticate as auth
from rtdip_sdk.connectors import DatabricksSQLConnection
from rtdip_sdk.queries import interpolate

authentication = auth.DefaultAuth().authenticate()
access_token = authentication.get_token("2ff814a6-3304-4ab8-85cb-cd0e6f879c1d/.default").token
connection = DatabricksSQLConnection("{server_hostname}", "{http_path}", access_token)

dict = {
    "business_unit": "{business_unit}", 
    "region": "{region}", 
    "asset": "{asset}", 
    "data_security_level": "{date_security_level}",
    "data_type": "{data_type}", #options are float, integer, string and double (the majority of data is float)
    "tag_names": ["{tag_name_1}, {tag_name_2}"],
    "start_date": "2022-03-08", #start_date can be a date in the format "YYYY-MM-DD" or a datetime in the format "YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS"
    "end_date": "2022-03-10", #end_date can be a date in the format "YYYY-MM-DD" or a datetime in the format "YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS"
    "time_interval_rate": "1", #numeric input
    "time_interval_unit": "hour", #options are second, minute, day, hour
    "agg_method": "first", #options are first, last, avg, min, max
    "interpolation_method": "forward_fill", #options are forward_fill or backward_fill
    "include_bad_data": True #boolean options are True or False

result = interpolate.get(connection, dict)

Databricks ODBC/JDBC Driver issues

General Troubleshooting

Most issues related to the installation or performance of the ODBC/JDBC driver are documented here.

ODBC with a proxy

Follow this document to use the ODBC driver with a proxy.