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From Venkat Ranganathan <vranganat...@hortonworks.com>
Subject Re: Can not create feed via Falcon web GUI
Date Thu, 18 Feb 2016 15:55:53 GMT
> This new UI is in HDP2.3 but not yet shipped on apache falcon branch. I¹ve filed a bug
report internally.

Ying, the new UI is part of Falcon 0.8.  We should also file an apache JIRA.   Will take care
of that.

Marcus, for your case, in the next clusters tab, you can effectively provide the same URI
for the cluster also as a workaround. 


Venkat


On 2/16/16, 12:11 PM, "Ying Zheng" <yzheng@hortonworks.com> wrote:

>Thank you for reporting this bug, Margus. It looks the UI takes the
>default table URI 
>('catalog:default:falcon1#feed_date=${YEAR}-${MONTH}-${DAY}') instead of
>the one in the cluster specification ('null¹). Therefore, when you delete
>Œnull¹ uri, the UI doesn¹t find any change in the feed summary and so
>doesn¹t save your changes.
>
>This new UI is in HDP2.3 but not yet shipped on apache falcon branch. I¹ve
>filed a bug report internally. In the future, if you have any questions
>regarding HDP2.3, you can ask questions here:
>https://community.hortonworks.com/. Thank you!
>
>Cheers,
>Ying
>
>
>On 2/16/16, 7:15 AM, "Margus Roo" <margus@roo.ee> wrote:
>
>>Hi
>>
>>I have Falcon 0.6.1.2.3 from HDP-2.3
>>I created new feed via web -
>>http://margus.roo.ee/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Screen-Shot-2016-02-16-at-
>>17.05.31.png
>>And cot XML:
>><feed xmlns='uri:falcon:feed:0.1' name='margusja-demo'>
>>   <frequency>hours(1)</frequency>
>>   <timezone>UTC</timezone>
>>   <clusters>
>>     <cluster name='Cluster2' type='source'>
>>       <validity start='2016-02-15T16:50Z' end='2016-02-24T16:50Z'/>
>>       <retention limit='hours(1)' action='delete'/>
>>       <table uri='null'/>
>>     </cluster>
>>   </clusters>
>>   <table 
>>uri='catalog:default:falcon1#feed_date=${YEAR}-${MONTH}-${DAY}'/>
>>   <ACL owner='margusja' group='users' permission='0755'/>
>>   <schema location='hcat' provider='hcat'/>
>>   <properties>
>>     <property/>
>>   </properties>
>></feed>
>>
>>As you can see there is one extra <table uri='null'/>
>>
>>And firebug console gives me:
>>Error: b.feed.clusters.cluster[0].locations is undefined
>>n@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/main.min.js:771:20
>>a.saveEntity@http://hadoopnn:15000/js/main.min.js:794:39
>>fb.prototype.functionCall/<@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/vendor.min.js:207:11
>>0 
>>Ac[c]</<.compile/</</f@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/vendor.min.js:236:195
>>Me/this.$get</k.prototype.$eval@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/vendor.min.js:13
>>4:116 
>>Me/this.$get</k.prototype.$apply@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/vendor.min.js:1
>>34:330 
>>Ac[c]</<.compile/</<@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/vendor.min.js:236:245
>>m.event.dispatch@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/vendor.min.js:6:8384
>>m.event.add/r.handle@http://hadoopnn2:15000/js/vendor.min.js:6:5122
>>	
>>
>>...on 
>>ra(b,a){if("__defineGetter__"===b||"__defineSetter__"===b||"__lookupGetter
>>__"...
>>
>>
>>
>>If I'll modify XML in command line:
>><feed xmlns='uri:falcon:feed:0.1' name='margusja-demo'>
>>   <frequency>hours(1)</frequency>
>>   <timezone>UTC</timezone>
>>   <clusters>
>>     <cluster name='Cluster2' type='source'>
>>       <validity start='2016-02-15T16:50Z' end='2016-02-24T16:50Z'/>
>>       <retention limit='hours(1)' action='delete'/>
>>     </cluster>
>>   </clusters>
>>   <table 
>>uri='catalog:default:falcon1#feed_date=${YEAR}-${MONTH}-${DAY}'/>
>>   <ACL owner='margusja' group='users' permission='0755'/>
>>   <schema location='hcat' provider='hcat'/>
>></feed>
>>
>>Then I can submit it using falcon command line.
>>But if I use web GUI and I am trying to edit XML via Falcon web GUI then
>>after saving it (using Finish button) it changes my modifications back.
>>
>>-- 
>>Margus (margusja) Roo
>>http://margus.roo.ee
>>skype: margusja
>>+372 51 48 780
>>
>
>
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