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From Citrullin <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] orc pull request #104: Core documentation fixes
Date Thu, 13 Apr 2017 20:20:46 GMT
Github user Citrullin commented on a diff in the pull request:

    --- Diff: site/_docs/core-java.md ---
    @@ -233,14 +233,15 @@ VectorizedRowBatch batch = schema.createRowBatch();
     LongColumnVector x = (LongColumnVector) batch.cols[0];
     LongColumnVector y = (LongColumnVector) batch.cols[1];
     for(int r=0; r < 10000; ++r) {
    -  int row = batch.size++;
    +  int row = batch.size;
       x.vector[row] = r;
    --- End diff --
    Hi, I'm not that good in Java. I'm more familiar with Scala. But you take a look into
the Library I wrote. I created two branches where I changed only the position of the up counting.
    In example-1 I count both batch.size and rowBatchSize up before I add a row to VectorizedBatch.

    [See more here](https://github.com/Citrullin/scalaOrcWriter/blob/ORC-168-wrong-example-1/src/main/scala/citrullin/orcwriter/OrcWriter.scala#L77)
    In example 2 I count only batch.size up before I add the row to the batch. rowBatchSize
will up counted after a row is written.
    [See more here](https://github.com/Citrullin/scalaOrcWriter/blob/ORC-168-wrong-example-2/src/main/scala/citrullin/orcwriter/OrcWriter.scala#L77)
    The working example is in the dev branch. 
    [More here](https://github.com/Citrullin/scalaOrcWriter/blob/dev/src/main/scala/citrullin/orcwriter/OrcWriter.scala#L77)
    You can run the Implicit ComplexMap example to see the differences. 
    [Here is the source](https://github.com/Citrullin/scalaOrcWriter/blob/dev/src/main/scala/citrullin/orcwriter/examples/orcwriterimplicitapi/WriteComplexMap.scala)

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