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[Pig Helper] > [Data processing functions] is not available to me.

  • #46208

    Anyone know why? When I click on [Pig Helper] I just don’t have [Data processing functions] as an option. I do have all of these:

    Eval Functions
    Relational Operators
    I/O
    Debug
    HCatalog
    Math
    Tuple, Bag, Map Functions
    String Functions
    Macros
    HBase
    Python UDF

    Thanks in advance!

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  • #46209

    Answered my own question: I see the data processing functions under the [Relational Operators] list. Maybe the tutorial I’m working through and the Sandbox version I’m using are out of sync.

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