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    Anusha E
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    i want to develop hadoop project using eclipse on windows…
    please suggect best way…………..

    thanks in advance,
    Regards,
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    Agastya Mahi
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    Hello Robert,

    I am trying to do the same..I have installed hdp-2.0.6 on Windows Server 2008 and I would like to develop a mapreduce project in eclipse. Could you please help me proceed.
    Specifically, i would like to know the configuration settings required to get the map/reduce plugin for eclipse working.

    Thanks!
    Agastya

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    #46357

    Robert Molina
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    Hi Narsi,
    I don’t quite understand the question you are asking. Can you please clarify? Also, you may want to start a new thread on that question since it seems to differ frm the original poster’s question.

    Regards,
    Robert

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    #45042

    Narsi Panta
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    i want to display number of topics which are related to hadoop in my project so give number topics in hadoop environment

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    #30406

    Robert
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    Hi Anusha,
    Will you be running hadoop on windows or on a linux cluster?

    Regards,
    Robert

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