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Hive / HCatalog Forum

FAILED when do "hive -f hiveddl.sql"

  • #53975
    Alex Ferd

    i got error when i try to do thhis command

      “hive -f hiveddl.sql”

    this is what i got

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  • #53981
    Yogesh Sobale

    I do received same error while executing the hiveddl.sql script given in sentiment analyses example. After debugging i found that json-serde-1.1.6-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies is not compatible with hive installed in sandbox ( ). Can Hortonwork guys provide correct json-serde jar ?

    Alex Ferd

    i’ve tried to update json-serde to version 1.1.7 and already change version inside hiveddl.sql to 1.1.7 too and the result after run hive -f hiveddl.sql is same as before

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