I do not try test it still, I only test examples pig from oozie project
* pig-cassandra* sets the cassandra pig libraries .jar in the the
PIG_CLASSPATH env var. and after call the original shell script *pig* from
PIG_HOME/bin/pig and , up to now, I launch pig scripts with pig_cassandra
I do not know and did not see how oozie launch pig and I supose that Oozie
launch the PIG_HOME/bin/pig.
If you are using this config and the pig scripts that use cassandra works
fine , I suspose that the trick is putting the cassandra jars
dependencies and other udf or libraries that you use in the pig scripts in
the oozie sharelib or in the lib folder of the job.
On the other hand, I do not know if i have to configure some thing like
I am using Cassandra 1.2.10, Oozie 4.0.0 adn pig 0.11.1.
I try to test these options and see if it works-
Thanks in advance
2013/11/28 Jeremy Hanna <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> If I remember correctly when I configured pig, cassandra, and oozie to
> work together, I just used vanilla pig but gave it the jars it needed.
> What is the problem you’re experiencing that you are unable to do this?
> On 28 Nov 2013, at 12:56, Miguel Angel Martin junquera <
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > hi all;
> > What is the best way to integrate cassandra pig-extension with oozie?
> > can be configure oozie to use pig-cassandra instead of pig?
> > Some ideas that I thinking are:
> > Launching a Shell job that runs ./pig-cassandra script.pig
> > or changing environment variables vakues
> > or the original to include the pig-cassandra code .... etc
> > Thanks and regards