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From "Peter Vary (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (HIVE-14374) BeeLine argument, and configuration handling cleanup
Date Mon, 01 Aug 2016 12:35:20 GMT

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Peter Vary commented on HIVE-14374:
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I was trying to check the following configuration options but I think they were never intended
to work as a command line parameter. 
--addlocaldriverjar=DRIVERJARNAME Add driver jar file in the beeline client side
--addlocaldrivername=DRIVERNAME Add drivier name needs to be supported in the beeline client
side

The following does not work:
{code}
$ ./beeline --addlocaldriverjar=pgsql.jar
{code}

I think these are commands intended to use in an already running client, like this:
{code}
$ ./beeline
0: jdbc:hive2://localhost:10000> !addlocaldriverjar plqsl.jar
{code}

If so, then I think it should be removed from the BeeLine.properties file. 
Am i right [~Ferd]

Thanks,
Peter

> BeeLine argument, and configuration handling cleanup
> ----------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HIVE-14374
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HIVE-14374
>             Project: Hive
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Beeline
>    Affects Versions: 2.2.0
>            Reporter: Peter Vary
>            Assignee: Peter Vary
>
> BeeLine uses reflection, to set the BeeLineOpts attributes when parsing command line
arguments, and when loading the configuration file.
> This means, that creating a setXXX, getXXX method in BeeLineOpts is a potential risk
of exposing an attribute for the user unintentionally. There is a possibility to exclude an
attribute from saving the value in the configuration file with the Ignore annotation. This
does not restrict the loading or command line setting of these parameters which means there
are many undocumented "features" as-is, like setting the lastConnectedUrl, allowMultilineCommand,
maxHeight, trimScripts, etc. from command line.
> This part of the code needs a little cleanup.
> I think we should make this exposure more explicit, and be able to differentiate the
configurable options depending on the source (command line, and configuration file), so I
propose to create a mechanism to tell explicitly which BeeLineOpts attributes are settable
by command line, and configuration file, and every other attribute should be inaccessible
by the user of the beeline cli.
> One possible solution could be two annotations like these:
> - CommandLineOption - there could be a mandatory text parameter here, so the developer
had to provide the help text for it which could be displayed to the user
> - ConfigurationFileOption - no text is required here
> Something like this:
> - This attribute could be provided by command line, and from a configuration file too:
> {noformat}
> @CommandLineOption("automatically save preferences")
> @ConfigurationFileOption
> public void setAutosave(boolean autosave) {
>   this.autosave = autosave;
> }
> public void getAutosave() {
>   return this.autosave;
> }
> {noformat}
> - This attribute could be set through the configuration only
> {noformat}
> @ConfigurationFileOption
> public void setLastConnectedUrl(String lastConnectedUrl) {
>   this.lastConnectedUrl = lastConnectedUrl;

> }
> 

> public String getLastConnectedUrl()
> {

>   return lastConnectedUrl;
> 
}
> 
{noformat}
> - Attribute could be set through command line only - I think this is not too relevant,
but possible
> {noformat}
> @CommandLineOption("specific command line option")
> public void setSpecificCommandLineOption(String specificCommandLineOption) {
> 
  this.specificCommandLineOption = specificCommandLineOption;
> 
}
> 

> public String getSpecificCommandLineOption() {
> 
  return specificCommandLineOption;
> 
}
> 
{noformat}
> - Attribute could not be set
> {noformat}
> public static Env getEnv() {
> 
  return env;
> 
}
> 

public static void setEnv(Env envToUse) {
> 
  env = envToUse;
> 
}
> {noformat}
> Accouring to our previous conversations, I think you might be interested in: 
> [~spena], [~vihangk1], [~aihuaxu], [~ngangam], [~ychena], [~xuefuz]
> but anyone is welcome to discuss this.
> What do you think about the proposed solution?
> Any better ideas, or extensions?
> Thanks,
> Peter



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