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YARN Forum

about Yarn‘s programming

  • #46239
    Yang Heguo

    when i use Java language to program MapReduce,i should import hadoop’s Jar to use hadoop’API,
    but in hadoop 2.2.0 I can not find hadoop jar,so i can not use java to run it

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  • #47618

    In Hadoop 2, the components are split into modules and so we now have multiple jars. For writing mapreduce programs, it should be enough to simply depend on the hadoop-client module/jar. The rest of the transitive dependencies should be pulled in automatically assuming you are using maven or ant/ivy.

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