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From Germain Tanguy <>
Subject Re: Interference between two customSerde.jar
Date Sat, 13 Oct 2012 00:56:01 GMT
Thanks Roberto for you answer. 

It turns out that the class names for the two serde were the sames... So I just had to change
the name and it works.

By the way thank you for your tutorial on your blog, it helped me a lot to write my own serde.


Le 12 oct. 2012 à 16:39, Roberto Congiu a écrit :

> Without more specific info about the two serdes I can't be sure, but most likely there
may be a dependency conflict between the two serdes. Sometimes, for instance, they may use
a different version of log4j, and if packaged with all dependencies they can indeed interfere
with each other.
> Have a look at their POM, or jar -tf the serde to see if they have two different versions
of the same class.
> R.
> On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 4:25 PM, Germain Tanguy <> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I am using Hive-0.9.0 and Hadoop-0.20.2. I have two customizes SerDe : custoSerde1.jar
and custoSerde2.jar adding with ~/.hiverc .
> In HDFS I have :  /input/data_for_custoSerde1/
>                                /input/data_for_custoSerde2/
> When I run a query on my tableSerde1 it's work but not on tableSerde2. If I remove custoSerde1.jar
of hiverc the query works on tableSerde2 and when I put custoSerde1.jar back in hiverc the
query don't work anymore on tableSerde1 but it's continuing to work on tableSerde2. And inversely..
> Does anyone have an idea why?
> Is there any possibility to specify which SerDe.jar we want to use when we run a query?
> All help will be welcome :)
> Thanks and regards,
> Germain.
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