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Sandbox 2.1 ODBC Not Working

  • #52946
    Blair Krotenko
    Participant

    I have created an ODBC connection to the Sandbox 2.1 but I am not able to pull any data. The error I get is “ODBC–call failed. [Hortonworks][HiveODBC] [35] Error from Hive: error code: ‘40000’ error message: ‘Error while compiling statement: FAILED: HiveAccessControlException Permission denied. Principal [name=hue, type=USER] does not have following privileges on Object [type=TABLE_OR_VIEW, name=<table name>]: [SELECT]’, [#35]”

    This works when I use the same setup to connect to the Sandbox 2.0, I have used it many times for moving data, mostly to MS Access.

    I have tried different user names in the ODBC connection such as root, hdfs, and hadoop. I have tried various permissions on the table itself using table>view>view file location>change permissions. These did not solve it.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

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  • #53368
    Jojo Thomas
    Participant

    Have you got this resolved? I am getting the same error.

    #53369
    Marc Sardello
    Participant

    I’m experiencing the exact same problem. Any suggestions? Were you able to resolve this?

    Thanks!

    #53381
    Blair Krotenko
    Participant

    This is still not resolved. Any help would be appreciated.

    #53560
    Dave
    Moderator

    Hi Blair,

    Did you try with a different username (root / hadoop?) And did you check the hive logs to see if you were hitting the server?

    Thanks

    Dave

    #53563
    Marc Sardello
    Participant

    I was able to resolve this issue this morning by going in and grating permissions to hue for the specific table. Using Hive… input:

    grant SELECT on table <table name> to user hue

    Not sure why this is necessary, but it appears to work.

    Thanks,
    Marc

    #57249
    Rajesh Toleti
    Participant

    The following worked for me on sandbox 2.1
    grant SELECT on table webloganalytics to user hue

    #61029
    Paul Hargis
    Moderator

    Resolved for me by adding new GRANT permission (as others said in this post):

    1) Logged into Sandbox VM (ssh root@127.0.0.1 -p 2222)
    2) Launched hive (hive)
    3) Add new GRANT permission to hue (grant SELECT on table tweetsbi to user hue 😉
    4) Re-tried access to tweetsbi table from Excel — WORKS!

    #61031
    Blair Krotenko
    Participant

    Thanks for the responses, it looks like the issue is resolved.

    #61730
    Pushker Sahai
    Participant

    I am also having this issue. Whenever I try to view the data on excel 2011 on mac I see message “no records returned”. I have already given grant to “hue”. Thanks.

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