-Re: Correct way of using regexserde
Matouk IFTISSEN 2013-07-02, 07:33
Yes it is to create an external table that points your data with the regexp
passed with the SERDE.
2013/7/2 Mohammad Tariq <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Hello there,
> Thanks a lot for the response. Do you mean creating an external
> table?I have also tried deleting "ouputregex", but same result. And the jar
> is also added.
> Warm Regards,
> On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 1:39 PM, Matouk IFTISSEN <
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> try to delete "output.regex" = "%1$s" and store your data in file then
>> pricise where the file is located
>> STORED AS TEXTFILE
>> LOCATION '/......';
>> and assure that you add the jar "hive-contrib-0.10.0.jar" in the
>> session or you have it in all Hadoop tasktrackers
>> like this:
>> add jar path_where_is_the_jar_in_hive_lib\hive-contrib-0.9.0.jar ;
>> Good luck
>> 2013/7/1 Mohammad Tariq <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>> Hello list,
>>> I would really appreciate if someone could show me the correct
>>> way of using regexserde as i'm having some hard time using it. I have
>>> verified my regex through
>>> http://www.regexplanet.com/advanced/java/index.html and it's working
>>> fine there. But when i'm using the same pattern with regexserde i'm getting
>>> My input looks like this :
>>> and I want to extract the characters enclosed between the angle brackets.
>>> This is the command i'm using :
>>> hive> CREATE TABLE s(f1 STRING) ROW FORMAT SERDE
>>> > WITH SERDEPROPERTIES ( "input.regex" = "(\\w*)", "output.regex" >>> "%1$s") STORED AS TEXTFILE;
>>> LOAD works fine, but SELECT * gives me NULL.
>>> I am on hadoop-1.0.4 and hive-0.10.0
>>> Thank you so much for you time.
>>> Warm Regards,