Unfortunately when the driver option is included in the Sqoop command,
the built-in connection manager selection defaults to the generic
connection manager - please see SQOOP-461, which is applicable to
other databases besides Oracle.
On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 2:57 PM, Dan Richelson
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I am using Sqooop 1.4.1-cdh4.0.0 hitting a PostgreSQL 8 server.
> Since I need a working call to "SELECT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP" (PostgreSQL
> specific) instead of "SELECT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP()" (more generic, found
> in the default connection manager), I added
> --connection-manager org.apache.sqoop.manager.PostgresqlManager
> to my command. I also added:
> --driver org.postgresql.Driver (which i have now learned is irrelevant
> in my case since sqoop infers the proper driver from the jdbc url.)
> However, this setup caused the --connection-manager setting to be
> ignored (even though it shows up in my saved job), so I ended up
> getting the problem described here:
> Omitting the --driver argument fixed my problem, but this was not easy
> to track down and there was no message stating that my
> connection-manager setting was being ignored.
> Is this a defect?
> Dan Richelson, Software Engineer
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