I wonder if you use the teradata connector or use sqoop to connect database directly. And if you use the connector, there are different import method(we call transferration from TD to HADOOP as import, from hadoop perspective). Please provide us with your specific sqoop connector command, and table schema for better support.
You can send the info to my email: Mark.Li@teradata.com.
I am trying to import data using Teradata Studio to TD 13.0 vm instance, followed the steps for install for the connector I was able to connect to Hadoop default DB however I get the following error when I import data to TD 13.0 .. appreciate any insight..
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/teradata/hadoop/tool/TeradataExportTool
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.teradata.hadoop.tool.TeradataExportTool
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
Could not find the main class: com.teradata.hadoop.tool.TeradataExportTool. Program will exit.
Did you specify connector jar file using "jar" option in the command? Could you show me you whole hadoop command?
I was trying with smart loader for hadoop feature in Teradata Studio 14 not using command line. I apologise I should have posted this on the Studio forum instead, which I just did @ http://developer.teradata.com/tools/articles/smart-loader-for-hadoop
"There is a Java API document available upon request." Can you please let me know whom to contact for getting this documentation also i have used cloudera sqoop teradata connector, it lacks many features that we can use with "Teradata Connector for Hadoop CLI" .
In nutshell if we want to use Teradata Connector for Hadoop in java wrappers using java API what approach can we follow and where we can get documentation or example codes
Can you please explain the command line edition of TDCH. According to the manual... where should i extract the jar file? in hadoop or teradata?
Hi, TDCH is published with tar.gz file. What you've got may be the files after extraction. Please confirm the jar file name and xml files from the README.