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Luca Pireddu 2012-02-09, 10:27
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hadoop hive 2012-02-09, 10:53
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Re: is it possible to specify an empty key-value separator for TextOutputFormat?
Hi Vikas,

On 02/09/2012 11:53 AM, hadoop hive wrote:
> hey luca,
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> you can use
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> conf.set("*mapred.textoutputformat.separator*", " ");
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> hope it works fine
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> regards
> Vikas Srivastava
I'm using pipes for this task.  I can't specify the configuration
property via Java code.  In addition, I don't want it to insert a space
as a separator :-)

Thanks,

Luca
> On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 3:57 PM, Luca Pireddu<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  wrote:
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>> Hello list,
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>> I'm trying to specify from the command line an empty string as the
>> key-value separator for TextOutputFormat.
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>> I'm specifying a blank as the value for the mapred.textoutputformat.**separator
>> property:
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>>   -D mapred.textoutputformat.**separator=""
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>> And, when I look at the job's configuration file (job.xml) this setting
>> seems to be picked up correctly.  However, the output format continues
>> using a TAB to separate key and value when I specify an empty string.
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>> Any way to convince it not to insert a separator (use the empty string)?
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>> ps:  I'm using pipes so I can't specify a null key or value.
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>>
>> --
>> Luca Pireddu
>> CRS4 - Distributed Computing Group
>> Loc. Pixina Manna Edificio 1
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>> Tel: +39 0709250452
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