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Hive username

  • #19750
    Ece YILDIRIM
    Member

    Which username/password can I use to connect Hive ? I am trying to establish connection between ODI Studio and HDP Sandbox. Hive JDBC connector asks for username/password. I have tried different combinations but it didn’t work..

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  • #19751
    Ece YILDIRIM
    Member

    ok, I get that I don’t require a username and password on connecting to hive. But I keep receiving login timeout error.
    telnet on port 10000 works fine.

    #19755
    tedr
    Member

    Hi Ece,

    Are you attempting to connect to hive server 2?

    Thanks,
    Ted.

    #19850
    Ece YILDIRIM
    Member

    Hi Ted,

    I think I am not connecting to hive server2. I have tried ODBC server as well, it worked with Hive Server 2 only.

    Probably I will need to try with hive server2 jdbc driver, right ?

    #19958
    Seth Lyubich
    Moderator

    Hi Ece,

    Yes, you should try Hive Server2 jdbc driver.

    Thanks,
    Seth

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