Looks at classpath, tries to find resource URL behind the provided
class (looking specifically for jar resources), if found, sets as the
Running with .class files doesn't work currently - and the job submits
without a jar carrying the classes. This is typically what happens
when you use an IDE like Eclipse and try to submit a job without
bundling a jar up first. The job triggers and fails with CNF
On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 3:30 AM, Jay Vyas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi guys:
> What does the setJarByClass method do, if for example ,a given class does
> not exist inside of a JAR file? For example, in the case that we are
> running compiled java classes as-is. I can't imagine what the "Default"
> behaviour for such a scenario would be, since the semantics of the method
> imply that all hadoop jobs run in the context of a precompiled jar file.
> Jay Vyas