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From "Aaron McCurry (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (BLUR-304) Add a Run or Execute command to the shell
Date Wed, 11 Dec 2013 02:40:08 GMT


Aaron McCurry commented on BLUR-304:

All this sounds good, where would you suggest adding QueryWriter code?  As a standalone chunk
of code? Something built into the servers?  Something that would be turned on and off?  Or
on all the time?  Perhaps turned on as a part of a trace?

The rest of this all sounds like a great idea and it very doable.


> Add a Run or Execute command to the shell
> -----------------------------------------
>                 Key: BLUR-304
>                 URL:
>             Project: Apache Blur
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Tim Williams
>            Priority: Minor
> It'd be helpful to be able to execute a query from a file in the shell.  For example:
> run mytable /path/to/query.json
> I think we could also provide a simple utility that does the writing, to make it easy
to write to a logger... e.g. 
> QueryWriter.toJsonString(BlurQuery q) {
>   ... 
>   TProtocol p = new TJSONProtocol(new TIOStreamTransport(...));
>   q.write(p);
>   ... 
> }
> Then the shell can just inflate the object and run the query, e.g. 
>   BIS in = new BufferedInputStream(new FIS(query.json));
>   TProtocol p = new TJSONProtocol(new TIOStreamTransport(in));
>   TBase<BlurQuery, BlurQuery._Fields> tbase = new BlurQuery();
> It'd be helpful for debugging large queries with unique characteristics (e.g. loads of

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