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From Guy Doulberg <>
Subject RE: ODBC/JDBC Bridge
Date Mon, 18 Jul 2011 11:30:41 GMT
If I wasn't oblige to try and make the hive cluster interact with MS reporting service,

I would try to use BIRT, following this lead....

It seems it can provide BI/data mining/query on top of hive.

Of course if you want simple query I guess Cloudera's Beeswax is also a suitable ui.

From: Liam Friel []
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2011 11:37 AM
Subject: Re: ODBC/JDBC Bridge

I don't, but I'd also be very interested in an answer for this issue.

A search of the various fora and mailing lists did not show a definite answer, and there is
an open Jira item (which I see you found :-) ) on this topic.

In general what client-side BI/data mining/query tools are people using to allow a degree
of user friendly querying of your Hive warehouses and display of the results?

Especially from Windows client platforms. Do you roll your own, or use off the shelf/open
source/commercial products?

We're building a small cluster for some research and scaling experiments, Linux based of course.
That all works fine, however I'm wondering how to plumb it into non-Linux client populations
and I'd rather not set out to make new widgets myself if that's avoidable.
On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 8:50 AM, Guy Doulberg <<>>

I am trying to enable my clients to use MS Reporting Service (That is their demand),

I tried to configure this ODBC/JDBC bridge:

With no success of obtaining license key (seems like this company has vanished from earth(their
emails are rerturning).

Has someone have any experience with this bridge or another bridge?

Has someone ever succeed with connecting ODBC to Hive with any other method?

Is someone working on this task and needs help? I am willing to assist such a open-source

Guy Doulberg

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