This may be something i'd be interested in working on. My idea in general
would be to make the jdbc driver as thin and full featured as reasonable.
I'm convinced this is the best way to integrate hive with many of the
excellent tools available out thee.
Although I could get the jdbc driver to work with a couple of these tools
I'm having trouble to get it working with many others. Especially on windows
it is slightly more painful. Is there some work in progress along these
lines? Any thoughts or pointers?
Thanks in advance,
On Sep 15, 2009 10:59 PM, "Prasad Chakka" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
SerDe may be needed to deserialize the result from Hive server. But I also
thought the results are in delimited form (LazySimpleSerDe or
MetadataTypedColumnSetSerDe or something like that) so it is possible to
decouple hadoop jar but will take some work.
*From: *Bill Graham <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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*Date: *Tue, 15 Sep 2009 22:54:50 -0700
*To: *Vijay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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*Subject: *Re: Problems using hive JDBC driver on Windows (with Squirrel SQL
Good question. The JDBC package relies on the hive serde2 package, which has
at least the followin...
> > Thanks a lot Bill! That was my problem. I thought my code base was
pretty recent. Apparently not...