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From Liam Friel <liam.fr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ODBC/JDBC Bridge
Date Mon, 18 Jul 2011 08:37:14 GMT
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 <Guy.Doulberg@conduit.com>wrote:

> Hi,****
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> I am trying to enable my clients to use MS Reporting Service (That is their
> demand),****
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> I tried to configure this ODBC/JDBC bridge:****
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> http://www.easysoft.com/products/data_access/odbc_jdbc_gateway/index.html*
> ***
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> With no success of obtaining license key (seems like this company has
> vanished from earth(their emails are rerturning).****
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> Has someone have any experience with this bridge or another bridge? ****
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> Has someone ever succeed with connecting ODBC to Hive with any other
> method?****
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> Is someone working on this task and needs help? I am willing to assist such
> a open-source project****
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> Thanks, ****
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> Guy Doulberg****
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