package lookup

Checks if a package is available on the Snowflake Anaconda channel. If the --yes flag is provided, this command checks all dependencies of the packages outside Snowflake channel.

Syntax

snow snowpark package lookup
  <name>
  --connection <connection>
  --account <account>
  --user <user>
  --password <password>
  --authenticator <authenticator>
  --private-key-path <private_key_path>
  --database <database>
  --schema <schema>
  --role <role>
  --warehouse <warehouse>
  --temporary-connection
  --mfa-passcode <mfa_passcode>
  --format <format>
  --verbose
  --debug
  --silent
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Arguments

name NAME

Name of the package.

Options

--connection, -c, --environment TEXT

Name of the connection, as defined in your config.toml. Default: default.

--account, --accountname TEXT

Name assigned to your Snowflake account. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--user, --username TEXT

Username to connect to Snowflake. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--password TEXT

Snowflake password. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--authenticator TEXT

Snowflake authenticator. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--private-key-path TEXT

Snowflake private key path. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--database, --dbname TEXT

Database to use. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--schema, --schemaname TEXT

Database schema to use. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--role, --rolename TEXT

Role to use. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--warehouse TEXT

Warehouse to use. Overrides the value specified for the connection.

--temporary-connection, -x

Uses connection defined with command line parameters, instead of one defined in config.

--mfa-passcode TEXT

Token to use for multi-factor authentication (MFA).

--format [TABLE|JSON]

Specifies the output format.

--verbose, -v

Displays log entries for log levels info and higher.

--debug

Displays log entries for log levels debug and higher; debug logs contains additional information.

--silent

Turns off intermediate output to console.

--help

Displays the help text for this command.

Usage notes

The snow snowpark lookup command checks to see whether a package is available on the Snowflake Anaconda channel. You can specify the --pypi-download option to see if the package is available in PyPi.

Examples

The following example searches the Snowflake Anaconda channel for the numpy package.

snow snowpark package lookup numpy
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Package numpy is available on the Snowflake anaconda channel

The following example shows what happens when a package does not exist in the Snowflake Anaconda channel.

snow snowpark package lookup PyGame
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Lookup for package PyGame resulted in some error. Please check the package name or try again with -y option