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Subject [Hadoop Wiki] Update of "Hive/HiveODBC" by Ning Zhang
Date Tue, 09 Mar 2010 15:19:14 GMT
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The "Hive/HiveODBC" page has been changed by Ning Zhang.


  If your system does not have isql, you can obtain it by installing the entirety of unixODBC.
If you encounter an error saying that the shared libraries cannot be opened by isql, use the
{{{ldd}}} tool to ensure that all dynamic library dependencies are resolved and use the {{{file}}}
tool to ensure that isql and all necessary libraries are compiled into the same architecture
(32 or 64 bit).
+ === Build libodbchive.so for 3rd Party Driver Manager ===
+ If you want to build libodbchive.so for other Driver Manager (for example, MicroStrategy
uses DataDirect ODBC libraries which contains its own Driver Manager), you need to configure
and build libodbchive.so against that Driver Manager (libodbc.so and libodbcinst.so). 
+ If you have the 3rd party Driver Manager installed, the easiest way to do that is to find
the installation directory containing libodbc.so and libodbcinst.so, and set that directory
to LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Then you need to run configure and make for the Hive ODBC driver. After
you get the libodbchive.so, make sure the 3rd party application can access the dynamic library
libodbchive.so, libthrift.so and libhiveclient.so (through LD_LIBRARY_PATH or lddconfig).

+ If you build libodbchive.so for the 3rd party Driver Manager, isql may not work with the
same set of .so files. So you may need to compile a different libodbchive.so for each Driver
  === Troubleshooting ===
   * Hive client build process
    * "libthrift.a: could not read symbols: Bad value" or "relocation R_X86_64_32 against
`a local symbol' can not be used when making a shared object"?

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