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Hbase & Simba ODBC

  • #53215

    I installed HDP 2.0 on Windows Server and I configured Simba ODBC for Hbase in order to connect Hbase to Analytic Applications.
    But it doen’t work, i keep getting this error << Error with HTTP request, response code: 0>>
    And is Hbase log t get : << Expected HEADER=HBas but received HEADER=GET from IP_Host:PORT_HOST >>

    Did anyone succeeded to connect Simba ODBC for Hbase ??

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  • #53380

    Update :
    After some researcher i found that the main cause of this Error is :
    // If we have not read the connection setup preamble, look to see if that is on the wire.
    + if (!connectionPreambleRead) {
    + // Check for ‘HBas’ magic.
    + this.dataLengthBuffer.flip();
    + if (!HConstants.RPC_HEADER.equals(dataLengthBuffer)) {
    + return doBadPreambleHandling(“Expected HEADER=” +
    + Bytes.toStringBinary(HConstants.RPC_HEADER.array()) +
    + ” but received HEADER=” + Bytes.toStringBinary(dataLengthBuffer.array()) +
    + ” from ” + toString());
    + }
    But i dont know what is the solution



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