If you want to write back these results to some rdbms then you can use
if you want to save the results to some file, then just redirect the output
of query to somefile
can you tell how are you executing the hive query from your code? that will
be helpful to answer your question
On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 6:15 PM, Cam Bazz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have finally wrote a program to upload my data to amazon s3, start a
> cluster on amazon emr, and recover my partitions, and can issue simple
> queries on hive.
> now I would like to:
> select count(*),itemSid from items group by itemSid <- gives me how
> many times an item as viewed
> and another query to extract unique views that i dont know how to yet.
> how do I store the outputs of these queries,
> such as:
> itemSid, pageViews, uniquePageViews
> 1 10 8
> commonsense tells me, store the results of query A, then query B, and
> then combine them in a table?
> is that correct, and if so, how can i accomplish this?
> Best Regards,