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How to execute sqoop.cmd from SSIS package using Execute Process Task

  • #45666
    Durga Prasad

    I am trying to execute sqoop.cmd from SSIS package using Execute Process Task

    Execute Process Task in SSIS Package
    Executable: C:\Hadoop\sqoop-1.4.2\bin\sqoop.cmd
    Arguments: /C “sqoop import -connect “jdbc:sqlserver://machinename:1433;database=test;username=myuser;password=mypwd;” -table emp -target-dir /user/emptable -m 1″

    Please help me how to solve this.

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  • #46472
    Koelli Mungee

    Hi Durga,

    Were you able to get this working? Were you able to do something simple like sqoop version?


    Durga Prasad

    Hi Koelli,

    Its not working, I believe that its not possible with this version.



    Hi Durga,

    There is a Microsoft document which talks about how to leverage a hadoop cluster using SQLServer Integration services (SSIS):

    Hope this can help you out.


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