+1. It is nice to see this donated to ASF and made part of Sqoop.
On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 7:58 AM, Jarek Jarcec Cecho <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> Hi David,
> I'm super excited to see this. I've personally used the OraOop connector
> several times and I'm recommending it to every user that is having
> difficulties or performance issues with the built-in one. I'm definitely in
> favour of the proposal!
> On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 11:37:13PM +0000, David Robson wrote:
> > Hi Sqoop Developers,
> > I work for Dell Software (formerly Quest Software) where we developed a
> high performance connector for Oracle and Sqoop. As you may know the
> current Oracle connector in Sqoop suffers various performance problems -
> our connector aimed to solve that. It has been very successful and a lot of
> people are using it in favour of the default connector.
> > We have decided it would be great if all Sqoop users could get these
> benefits and not just the ones who download the connector. It will also
> make it a lot easier for people if they don't have to get it separately and
> it just works.
> > To achieve this we have decided to donate the connector to the Apache
> Software Foundation and incorporate it into the Sqoop code base. I believe
> this will have great benefits for all Sqoop users who connect to Oracle.
> > You can see the current code for the Oracle Connector here:
> > Can you please let us know your thoughts on this.
> > Regards,
> > David Robson
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