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We need an option to connect to a Hive using Kerberos authentication. Previously the IBM offering team offered us to use a "Hive via Execution Engine for Hadoop" connector from IBM but it doesn't fully suit our need and here is why:
this "Hive via Execution Engine for Hadoop" connects to a Hive using the context of the specific user that's logged in CP4D at the moment and is accessing connected assets
we need to make a connection to a Hive from some specific user and that any other user of CP4D will be able to access assets that were added using this connection from that specific user
The third-party Hive connector would suit us unless it doesn't have an option to access Hive with Kerberos authentication.
We've raised a Case about this specific functionality previously: "CP4D 3.0 Hive connection using Kerberos" (TS003997166).
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