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Sqoop Oracle

  • #52213
    Rja Atl
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    How to import Oracle table to HDFS using sqoop import.

    giving Java.lang.RuntimeException: Could not load dbdriver Class: Oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver.

    Please provide me instructions to correct this error. New to Sqoop.

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  • #54032

    Hi Rja,

    Please refer to Quest Data Connector for Oracle and Hadoop available at http://hortonworks.com/hdp/addons/.

    Also you would need to have oracle driver jar file in the /usr/log/sqoop/lib location to sqoop import to work.

    -Mahesh

    #54039
    Rja Atl
    Participant

    I have oracle jdbc jar file in my local drive. Not able to copy to /usr/log/sqoop/lib folder in Horton works. Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks

    #54044

    I wanted to see if you have followed the document to install the ‘Quest Data Connector for Oracle and Hadoop’ .

    What is the name of the jdbc jar file that you are trying to put under /usr/lib/sqoop/lib directory?

    My bad on the last comment where I had misspelled lib as log.

    -Mahesh

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