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Beeswax ADD JAR

  • #57212
    Peter Lake

    I am probably trying something silly here but I have used flume to load twitter data into hdfs on the sandbox and now want to create a table in Hive to read the data. I have popped a SeDe jar in /usr/lib/hive/lib.

    When I come to use the browser Beeswax query tool I get an error when I type:
    add jar /usr/lib/hive/lib/json-serde-1.1.6-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar;

    The error is:
    Error occurred executing hive query: OK FAILED: ParseException line 1:0 cannot recognize input near ‘add’ ‘jar’ ‘/’

    Is it just that add jar is not supported in the editor, or am I doing something silly?

    Many thanks for any help

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  • #61609

    Hi Peter,
    i am facing the same issue. Were you able to resolve it?


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