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sqoop-1.4.3 source branch

  • #32643
    Member

    Hey guys,

    Which branch sqoop-1.4.3.1.3.0.0-107.jar is built from? I’ve just went through it with a debugger and I’m pretty sure this is not branch-1.4.3. Do you have some hidden private repo with patches or building directly from the Apache code?

    I’m asking because there is a bug preventing sqoop-1.4.3 from recognizing the –import-hive option in that particular build.

    Thanks
    -Mike

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  • #33705
    Akki Sharma
    Moderator

    it is from HDP 1.3.0 branch sqoop.git on hortonworks github.
    its pure apache + couple of patches which are documented in the release notes for 1.3.0 release

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