-Re: .sql vs. .hql
Keith Wiley 2013-05-31, 20:47
Thanks! I'm always up for a good book. Our case is a little open-ended right now, a little difficult to nail down or describe. Basically, I'm deploying Hive systems for a SQl-comfortable data analyst (who is also quite versed in Hive) who would like to run .sql files in Hive and I need to clearly understand how Hive uses input files and how .sql and .hql may differ.
On May 31, 2013, at 13:20 , Sanjay Subramanian wrote:
> For Hive u need the other bible by Dean Wampler , Edward Capriolo et al
> Also if u tell us what use cases u have we could provide helpŠ
> On 5/31/13 1:17 PM, "Keith Wiley" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I'm looking for documentation on how to use .sql and .hql files in Hive
>> and what the differences are between the two file types. I'm not even
>> certain .hql is a real thing, but I'm looking. I didn't see any mention
>> of this issue in White's Hadoop book, at least not clearly indicated in
>> the index.
>> Keith Wiley [EMAIL PROTECTED] keithwiley.com
>> "Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter."
>> -- Yoda
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