The “KeyError: ‘snowflake-connector-python” error message typically occurs when the Snowflake connector for Python is not properly installed or configured. Here are some steps you can take to resolve this issue:
- Ensure that you have the Snowflake connector for Python installed on your machine. You can install it using pip by running the command “pip install snowflake-connector-python” in the terminal or command prompt.
- Verify that the connector is properly installed by running “pip list” and checking if “snowflake-connector-python” is listed among the installed packages.
- Check that you have the correct version of the connector. You can check the version by running “pip show snowflake-connector-python”
- Verify that you have the correct credentials (username, password, account, and warehouse) for connecting to Snowflake.
- Make sure that the host, port, and protocol specified in your connection string are correct for your Snowflake account.
- Verify that your Snowflake account is not locked or expired.
- Confirm that the correct role is set in the connection and that the specified role has the correct permissions.
- Check your python script and make sure that the correct connector is imported and used in the script.
- If you are still having issues, check the Snowflake documentation for more information on troubleshooting connection errors.
If you’re still facing the issue, you might want to try adding snowflake_ocsp_response_cache_dir in your connection string or check your network or firewall configurations.
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