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From Jacques Nadeau <jacq...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Sample JDBC Plugin for Apache Drill
Date Mon, 25 May 2015 19:30:43 GMT
Welcome Magnus!  This is great news as I know a lot of people are
interested in this.

Leveraging all the capabilities in Calcite is definitely a good idea.  I
propose you open a new JIRA issue and attach whatever your current code is.

Once created, we can get it assigned to you and get the code incorporated.
Since this is your first patch, we'll work with you to figure it out.


On Mon, May 25, 2015 at 12:43 AM, Magnus Pierre <mpierre@maprtech.com>

> Hello Drill developers,
> I'm an Systems Engineer at MapR (i.e. Sales), and I've developed a
> primitive Sample JDBC Plugin for Apache Drill that I've shown for a few
> people and companies with great interest as result. The plugin works in the
> context of doing simple SQL queries against MySQL and Netezza (the only two
> tested so far), and returning the result to Apache Drill.
> I would like to share my work with the Apache Drill community, and
> cooperate with all of you to move this into something that would actually
> work in Apache Drill. I'm new to open source so consider me as a blank
> paper. Any guides / procedures for how things are conducted in the scope of
> the project would be very helpful.
> Currently the code is done for 0.9 but I will migrate the code to support
> Apache Drill 1.0 today.
> Currently the code is using standard JDBC classes but it has been suggested
> to switch to Calcite which I fully support.
> There's work to be done on all pieces but some base code is there to
> consider at least.
> What's the procedure to make this happen?
> Regards,
> Magnus

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