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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Teradata connector -import data

  • #50484

    Hi ,
    I’ve my production server running in a different geography and I can access that from my host windows machine.
    I have got HDP running on my Oracle virtual box.
    I’m now trying to import a table into HCatalog from the “Hue -Bash shell” using sqoop.
    I have set all the required path settings as provided in the bk_HortonworksConnectorForTeradata-1.1.1.pdf file
    When I execute the import command – I get an error : “ERROR tool.ImportTool: Imported Failed: Can not create a Path from an empty string”
    The earlier message before this above statements were sucessful
    Could you help me in resolving this issue.


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