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Error from Hive connect() failed 10060

  • #30831

    I’ve been following the Hortonworks tutorial on my work Win 7 laptop (though I do have Admin rights) and am getting this error when I try to use the ODBC connection from within Excel (although the connection test is successful when using control panel)

    Error from Hive connect() failed: errno 10060

    I am using the 32 bit version of the driver and Excel.

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  • #30878

    Ok solved this issue — even though the test succeeded when I created the ODBC connection, I didn’t realize it wasn’t saving this to the registry when I closed it.

    Sasha J

    So, the problem is with the saving ODBC configuration?

    Thank you!

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