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Improved information/feedback regarding pushback to users.
It is desired that Modeler documentation contain more detailed discussion of what nodes or node functions are supported with pushback when working with Analytic Server, specifically as it relates to what nodes pushback only to Analytic Server and...
Our company uses hive tables to validate data in hadoop. We use an application called Ranger to control authorization to hdfs and hive. Since we use Ranger the actual hdfs file permissions and hive access controls are not used by us. Currently it ...
Allow creation "user named" hdfs files in Analytic Server
Although you can create Analytic Server Output that will write data in hdfs, it is generally creates a folder with the AS output name and a set of partition files inside it. On rerun, even if "overwrite" option is chosen on the AS Export node, new...
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