Vineet Mishra 2013-01-18, 11:20
Vineet Mishra 2013-01-21, 11:20
Jarek Jarcec Cecho 2013-01-22, 00:49
Vineet Mishra 2013-01-21, 07:31
abhijeet gaikwad 2013-01-21, 08:38
Vineet Mishra 2013-01-21, 08:43
abhijeet gaikwad 2013-01-21, 11:53
Vineet Mishra 2013-01-21, 12:01
Vineet Mishra 2013-01-18, 12:31
abhijeet gaikwad 2013-01-18, 12:41
abhijeet gaikwad 2013-01-18, 11:50
Thanks Abhijeet for your response.
Let me know whether the Sqoop option that you have told me,
can be implemented to query the same row in the same fashion only with a
minute change that the each row should have maximum 4 values, the next
succeeding values should come from the next line and so on, like
and so on. . .
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 5:20 PM, abhijeet gaikwad <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> Sqoop does not facilitate what you seek in #1. You will have to build an
> ad-hoc system for that!
> For #2 if you have only one column in your table, then add this option to
> your sqoop command:
> --lines-terminated-by ','
> On Jan 18, 2013 4:51 PM, "Vineet Mishra" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> Hallo All,
>> I am working with Sqoop to query from the database to for my Map/Reduce
>> job, the issue I am struggling with is
>> 1) Is there a way to directly pass the Sqoop Import Result to the Map for
>> processing rather than storing it to file system and then processing.
>> If above can't be done then let me know whether,
>> 2) I want the format of the file which is coming from the sqoop import
>> command to be comma(,) separated single line file, but my output is coming
>> as a multi row file.
>> I am querying from the Database fetching a single column of some random
>> values, which is coming in the format,
>> the output which I was expecting was,
>> and so on. . .
>> Sqoop Developers/Users please reply!
>> Thanks and Regards
>> Vineet Mishra
Thanks and Regards