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From Flavio Pompermaier <pomperma...@okkam.it>
Subject Apache Phenix integration
Date Wed, 06 Sep 2017 09:38:22 GMT
Hi to all,
I'm writing a job that uses Apache Phoenix.

At first I used the PhoenixOutputFormat as (hadoop) OutputFormat but it's
not well suited to work with Table API because it cannot handle generic
objects like Rows (it need a DBWritable Object that should be already
present at compile time). So I've looked into the code of the
PhoenixOutputFormat and it's nothing else than a JDBCOutputFormat

However, to make it work I had to slightly modify the Flink
JDBCOutputformat, adding a dbConn.commit() after the executeBatch() on the
PreparedStatement. E.g:


For the moment I've just created a dedicated PhoenixJdbcOutpuFormat where
I've added these 2 lines of code starting from the code of the
JDBCOutputformat (it couldn't be extended in this case because all fields
are private).

What do you think about this? Should I open a ticket to add a connection
commit after executeBatch (in order to be compatible with Phoenix) or
something else (e.g. create a Phoenix connector that basically extend
JDBCOutputConnector and ovewrite 2 methods, changing also the visibility of
its fields to protected)?


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