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From <karanveer.si...@barclays.com>
Subject SQL analysis
Date Thu, 10 May 2012 07:47:03 GMT
We are looking at doing some initial analysis on SQL text info within the query runs to come
up with some kind of path output to depict how various tables are linked to each other. For
example. A 'view' might be a join from two table's top of the hierarchy and in turn might
be creating some new tables, etc.

Any suggestions, thoughts, etc. on how can we approach this within the Hadoop space.



Regards,
Karan





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