This doesn't reflect the current implementation but fundamental idea
remains the same. You may want to start from there.
On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 12:59, Renato Marroquín Mogrovejo
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> Hi everyone,
> I know Pig builds a logical plan for every bag that the user defines, and
> that every new bag will have as its logical plan the combination of the
> input bags' logical plans and the comands it uses. Is there any other
> command that creates a logical plan? I guess the one that creates the first
> logical plan is the STORE comand. And how are the other commands' logical
> plans combined? For example if I have a join between two relations, it will
> create a single logical plan that contains the loading logical plans, but
> how does Pig decide which relation goes where? Or is that a part that
> happens while compiling the logical plan into MapReduce and not in the
> logical plan?
> Thanks in advanced.
> Renato M.