-RE: Exception while implementing drill trigonometric functions (For DRILL-219). Need tips.
Yash Sharma 2013-09-10, 06:02
We can probably have a discussion in hangout today on how to add the mechanism to drill itself. That would make future implementations of newer UDF's easy for developers, rather than having to modify SqlStdOperatorTable in Optiq every time.
From: Julian Hyde [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 1:00 AM
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Subject: Re: Exception while implementing drill trigonometric functions (For DRILL-219). Need tips.
That error stack says that the SIN function is not known to Optiq's SQL validator. Optiq's validator is driven by a table of functions and operators, but Drill doesn't currently have a way to add to that table.
Since SIN is a generally useful function, it should be built-in in Optiq. You could do that by modifying SqlStdOperatorTable and adding a field similar to the one that defines the SQRT operator:
public static final SqlFunction sqrtFunc new SqlFunction(
I believe the validation rules are identical for SQRT and SIN.
However we should also add a mechanism to Drill to allow it to add its own functions (including user-defined functions) to Optiq's SQL validator on the fly.
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