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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

Where is Windows HDP 1.3 source code located?

  • #37880

    Sorry if this is a repeat question – but was unable to find anything.

    Where is the source code for HDP 1.3 for Windows located ?


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  • #38346


    Wanted to follow up on this.

    Does anybody happen to know where the Source code is for Windows HDP 1.3 ?
    It used to be contained in the src folder but it looks like its not there anymore.

    Any chance someone can send me a link to where it might be located?


    Do Hortonworks employees monitor this forum? (or just the community).
    Would it be advisable to contact Hortonworks directly on this ?

    Just trying to figure out how to proceed.

    Seth Lyubich

    Hi Suaroman,

    You can try link below:

    Hope this helps,




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