Connecting to Teradata using Sqoop

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    Upen Patel
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    Hi,

    I am trying to connect to Teradata db from the sandbox using sqoop. I have downloaded the Teradata connector from the Teradata website – teradata-connector-1.0.9.jar and put it in the /usr/lib/sqoop/lib

    Do I need a Teradata JDBC driver and if so where would I get it?

    Also, when I run the following I am getting an error, please help:
    sqoop list-databases –connect “jdbc:Teradata://xx.xxx.xx.xx;” –username xxxxx –password xxxxx

    14/01/30 03:18:30 ERROR tool.BaseSqoopTool: Got error creating database manager: java.io.IOException: No manager for connect string: jdbc:Teradata://10.144.34.46;

    Thanks
    Upen

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    Upen Patel
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    It appears I don’t have the Hortonworks connector for Teradata. I am trying to download it from the Certified Downloads section of your website but the link for HDP 1.3.0 download for the connector seems to be broken.

    Please help

    Thanks

    Upen

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    #47893

    Dave
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    Hi Upen,

    You need to specify the connection manager for Teradata.
    Please look at 6.3 here:

    http://sqoop.apache.org/docs/1.4.2/SqoopUserGuide.html

    Thanks

    Dave

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