How to Use Beeline to connect to Impala

You can certainly connect to Impala using Hive Driver from beeline, like below command: beeline -u 'jdbc:hive2://<impala-daemon-host>:21050/default;auth=noSasl' However, the result output format does not work properly: > show tables; customers dim_prod mansi sample_07 sample_08 small web_logs +——-+–+ | name | +——-+–+ +——-+–+ Notice the output is not inside the columns? …

Syntax Error When Using Impala JDBC Driver

If you get the following error when running Impala query through Impala JDBC Driver: com.cloudera.sqlengine.exceptions.SQLEngineException: [Simba][JSQLEngine](11000) Syntax error near character 3: use<<< ??? >>> database_name at com.cloudera.sqlengine.parser.PTParseErrorInfo.makeSyntaxError(Unknown Source) at com.cloudera.sqlengine.parser.generated.Parser.yyerror(Unknown Source) at com.cloudera.sqlengine.parser.generated.Parser.yyparse(Unknown Source) at com.cloudera.sqlengine.parser.generated.Parser.parse(Unknown Source) at com.cloudera.sqlengine.parser.PTParser.parse(Unknown Source) at com.cloudera.sqlengine.dsiext.dataengine.SqlDataEngine.prepare(Unknown Source) at com.cloudera.hivecommon.dataengine.HiveJDBCDataEngine.prepare(Unknown Source) at com.cloudera.jdbc.common.SStatement.executeNoParams(Unknown Source) at …

Available options to connect to Hive and Impala from .NET application

Recently a customer has requested information regarding which one to use to connect to HS2 or Impala from .NET application, ODBC or JDBC? I will briefly summarise my findings below: Both ODBC and .NET are Microsoft products, so it is natural that they will work nicely together. And according to …