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From Matouk IFTISSEN <matouk.iftis...@ysance.com>
Subject Sqoop and rejected rows in export process
Date Fri, 13 Feb 2015 09:47:43 GMT
Hello every one,
I search if in Sqoop , is there a way to catch  (and manage) rejected rows
in export process ( like duplicate keys, data mismatch type, ...etc ) ?. I
tested table staging but that is not a good manner to manage export data in
relational data bases.

Thanks by advance ;)

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