This year I created a new presentation for introducing Azure Data Catalog. I love this product and think it has so much potential and everyone should be using it! But I digress, so on to the matter at hand.
Recently I was going through my demos prior to a presentation and discovered that some of my demos weren’t working, specifically the Azure Data Catalog app and the console app I wrote to demo the REST API. Thankfully I had the foresight to create pre-recorded videos of my demos a few weeks earlier, so my panic level was quickly downgraded from Henny Penny to Eeyore.
The thing that was throwing me for a loop was the error that I was getting,
“We are unable to confirm that ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ is enabled for the Azure Data Catalog.
If you believe you have received this message in error, please contact your catalog administrator with this code: 9fadc895-5ebf-4760-905c-88d4f707e708”.
I could connect to the Azure Data Catalog portal with the same credentials I had been using for the ADC app and my console app, so I wasn’t quite sure what was going on. A semi-quick internet search revealed the answer, The OS updates that had been applied to my laptop a few days prior were the culprit as you can see in this forum question.
I applied the accepted answer steps, rebooted and now my Azure Data Catalog app and console app using the REST API work once again. Just in time for my next session this Saturday, 3-May-2020 for SQL Saturday Brisbane. There are still registrations slots available, so go register now and hopefully I’ll “see” you Saturday.