DFExecutorUserError abfss://<data lake path>@<XXXXXX.dfs.core.windows.net>/ has invalid authority.

sachin gupta 376 Reputation points


I have created a data transformation which picks the 2 set of files from Azure Data Lake directory and then do the join and sink the resultant file in Azure Data Lake directory.
For the above scenario I created a Dataset which is pointing to the desired location where I have the 2 set of file which are .csv format. My dataset connection is failing and giving me below error

Error code: DFExecutorUserError
Details: abfss://<data lake path>@<XXXXXX.dfs.core.windows.net>/ has invalid authority.

When I change the directory location to something else, the dataset connection works fine. I did the research on this error, but not getting any guidance on this.

Would really appreciate if someone can help on this issue ASAP.


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  1. sachin gupta 376 Reputation points

    @MartinJaffer-MSFT ...yes you got a right understanding. I spoke to the Admin of the Azure account who setup the blob storage and they mentioned that all the SAS account access is same for all directories in Storage container.

    a support ticket would be great, but the only problem is my work is on work machine and I won't be able to share the screen from there. Please let me know how we can proceed

  2. Nitika Rawat 1 Reputation point

    I have the same error is there any solution to that?

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  3. robin 0 Reputation points

    I got the same error with data flow. Any resolutions ?