Basically, edit the pig.properties to
and in file /tmp/.temppigbootup, you have load statement
data = LOAD 'top_queries_input_data.txt' AS (query:CHARARRAY, count:INT);
you can edit content to use other loader here.
Hope it is helpful. This is different from what you want, and I am also
searching if we can define default loader other than PigStorage.
On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 6:03 PM, Johnny Zhang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi, Jeff Yuan:
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 5:53 PM, Jeff Yuan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I am new to the pig community, and have a couple of questions
>> regarding loader/storers. Because I am writing code that closely
>> couples with Pig, I thought I'd ask on the dev mailing list, but
>> please let me know if this is more appropriate for the user list.
>> 1) Is there a way to set the default pig loader as something other
>> than PigStorage via configuration? What I mean is, by default if a
>> loader is not specified, PigStorage is assumed. Can I change things so
>> that if no loader is specified in the load statement, another custom
>> loader is used?
> I am not sure if there is another way, but you can edit "
> pig.load.default.statements=" in pig.properties file. So in your Pig
> script you don't have to write load statement, but Pig will always load it
> for you (of course with the loader you specified)
>> 2) Is there a way to output the entire query result to stdout? Is the
>> easiest way to do so by writing a custom storer that doesn't actually
>> store to a file but instead just output to stdout?
> can you try 'DUMP' ?
>> If no specific answer is available, advice on where in the pig code I
>> should look to discover answers for myself would also be highly