Do not use the InputSplit's getLocations() API to supply your file
path, it is not intended for such things, if thats what you've done in
your current InputFormat implementation.

If you're looking to store a single file path, use the FileSplit
class, or if not as simple as that, do use it as a base reference to
build you Path based InputSplit derivative. Its sources are at
Look for the Writable method overrides in particular to understand how
to use custom fields.

On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 9:54 PM, Patcharee Thongtra

Harsh J

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