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From "Bertrand Dechoux (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (HIVE-3307) Hive Web Interfaces Wishes
Date Fri, 27 Jul 2012 13:49:35 GMT


Bertrand Dechoux commented on HIVE-3307:

I have done tests with the CLI. Explain is quite fast when there is a syntax error and longer
when it need to really explain. I was wondering are these two steps separated as of now? Would
I be able to call only the first one?

(That won't be the first thing I will look at because I will first need to learn a bit about
the hive implementation but I am curious.)
> Hive Web Interfaces Wishes
> --------------------------
>                 Key: HIVE-3307
>                 URL:
>             Project: Hive
>          Issue Type: Wish
>          Components: Web UI
>            Reporter: Bertrand Dechoux
>            Priority: Minor
> List of wishes :
> (I may contribute a few of them.)
> * narrower menu : use span2 instead of span4
> * remove home from menu
> * transform the header "Hive Web Interface" into a link to the home
> * change the "Link" in the header into a hive logo
> * add icons next to Authorize (?/check) to know whether the information was supplied
> * add approximated number of session next to the "list sessions" menu
> * fix history bug
> * add a refresh session in order to have a relatively updated interface
> * add a way to know if the result bucket is outdated (ie for which run, those results
are related)
> * change the with of the query input, it should be width:100%
> * remove select/drop down for running query and use a button instead
> * remove select/drop down for silent mode and add a checkbox
> * find a way to report query error (hack would be with explain command, is there something
only checking the syntax)
> * table description : decorate all key/value entries and do not display empty list

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