Introducing: Microsoft Azure Data Lake Tools for Visual Studio Code


Welcome to the Microsoft Azure Data Lake Tools preview for Visual Studio Code, an extension for developing U-SQL projects against Microsoft Azure Data Lake! This extension provides you a cross-platform, light-weight, keyboard-focused authoring experience for U-SQL while maintaining a full set of development functions.

Want to make this extension even more awesome? Share your feedback.

Primary Features:

  • U-SQL language sample package
  • U-SQL language editing support, including Syntax Highlighting, IntelliSense, and error markers
  • U-SQL scripting, code behind programming, local compilation and assembly handling
  • Azure Data Lake Analytics U-SQL job submission, execution and job status monitoring
  • Azure Data Lake compute account object navigation for objects such as databases, schemas, and other metadata

Runtime prerequisites:

  • Mono 4.2.X (Only for Linux and Mac OS)
  • Java JRE 1.8 or above
  • .NET Core 1.0 or above

Supported Operating Systems

  • Windows
  • MacOS
  • Ubuntu 14.04

Quick Start:

ADL Tools for VSCode will only be activated when you either create a new U-SQL File or open an existing U-SQL file.

Create a new U-SQL File

NewUSQL

Open a Working U-SQL Folder

OpenFolder

Azure Data Lake Commands

  • Press F1 or Ctrl+Shift+P to open Visual Studio Code Command Palette
  • Enter ADL: to list the customized commands, which begin with “ADL:” prefix.

Customized commands:

  • ADL: Generate Code Behind – Create a code-behind file with the same name as the U-SQL file for authoring C# extensions
  • ADL: Open Sample Script – Open and view a U-SQL Sample script
  • ADL: Register Assembly – Register custom code assembly into the ADLA metadata store
  • ADL: Set Script Parameters – Set up ADLA account and job execution parameters (e.g. parallelism, runtime, etc.)
  • ADL: Compile Script – Submit U-SQL file and code behind (if any) to ADLA for compilation
  • ADL: Submit Job – Submit U-SQL job to ADLA for execution

Azure Data Lake Metadata Navigation to view different objects:

  • ADL: List Accounts
  • ADL: List Assemblies
  • ADL: List Credentials
  • ADL: List Databases
  • ADL: List External Data Sources
  • ADL: List Procedures
  • ADL: List Schemas
  • ADL: List Table Partitions
  • ADL: List Table Statistics
  • ADL: List Table Types
  • ADL: List Table Valued Functions
  • ADL: List Tables
  • ADL: List Types
  • ADL: List Views

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Microsoft Azure Data Lake Tools for Visual Studio Code


Welcome to the Microsoft Azure Data Lake Tools preview for Visual Studio Code, an extension for developing U-SQL projects against Microsoft Azure Data Lake! This extension provides you a cross-platform, light-weight, keyboard-focused authoring experience for U-SQL while maintaining a full set of development functions.

Want to make this extension even more awesome? Share your feedback.

Primary Features:

  • U-SQL language sample package
  • U-SQL language editing support, including Syntax Highlighting, IntelliSense, and error markers
  • U-SQL scripting, code behind programming, local compilation and assembly handling
  • Azure Data Lake Analytics U-SQL job submission, execution and job status monitoring
  • Azure Data Lake compute account object navigation for objects such as databases, schemas, and other metadata

Runtime prerequisites:

  • Mono 4.2.X (Only for Linux and Mac OS)
  • Java JRE 1.8 or above
  • .NET Core 1.0 or above

Supported Operating Systems

  • Windows
  • MacOS
  • Ubuntu 14.04

Quick Start:

ADL Tools for VSCode will only be activated when you either create a new U-SQL File or open an existing U-SQL file.

Create a new U-SQL File

NewUSQL

Open a Working U-SQL Folder

OpenFolder

Azure Data Lake Commands

  • Press F1 or Ctrl+Shift+P to open Visual Studio Code Command Palette
  • Enter ADL: to list the customized commands, which begin with “ADL:” prefix.

Customized commands:

  • ADL: Generate Code Behind – Create a code-behind file with the same name as the U-SQL file for authoring C# extensions
  • ADL: Open Sample Script – Open and view a U-SQL Sample script
  • ADL: Register Assembly – Register custom code assembly into the ADLA metadata store
  • ADL: Set Script Parameters – Set up ADLA account and job execution parameters (e.g. parallelism, runtime, etc.)
  • ADL: Compile Script – Submit U-SQL file and code behind (if any) to ADLA for compilation
  • ADL: Submit Job – Submit U-SQL job to ADLA for execution

Azure Data Lake Metadata Navigation to view different objects:

  • ADL: List Accounts
  • ADL: List Assemblies
  • ADL: List Credentials
  • ADL: List Databases
  • ADL: List External Data Sources
  • ADL: List Procedures
  • ADL: List Schemas
  • ADL: List Table Partitions
  • ADL: List Table Statistics
  • ADL: List Table Types
  • ADL: List Table Valued Functions
  • ADL: List Tables
  • ADL: List Types
  • ADL: List Views

More Information

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