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[ANNOUNCE] New Hive ODBC and JDBC Drivers Released

We are pleased to announce the release of Hive ODBC v2.5.24 and Hive JDBC v2.5.19. The release has the following fixes and enhancements:

 

Enhancements and New Features in Hive ODBC 2.5.24

  • Updated configuration option: The name of the Delegation User ID case configuration option has changed from DelegationUIDcase to DelegationUserIDcase.

 

Resolved Issues in Hive ODBC 2.5.24

  • The statement “set hive.support.quoted.identifiers=column” is executed incorrectly.

  • Driver report only read operations are supported in the driver log.

  • The INFINITY value for FLOAT columns are not correctly retrieved.

  • Error/status code returned for query timeout error is incorrect.

  • NaN value retrieved for FLOAT columns is incorrect.

  • The operation handle for metadata API calls is not closed correctly

 

Getting Started with the Cloudera Driver

 

Enhancements and New Features in Hive JDBC 2.5.19

  • AsyncExecPollInterval Configuration Option: You can configure how often the driver polls the server for query execution status.

  • WEEK function now supported. As of this version, the driver now supports translation of the WEEK function.

 

Resolved Issues in Hive JDBC 2.5.19

  • In some configurations, users would receive a NullPointer system message when attempting to connect to the server.

  • The driver sometimes returns fewer rows than expected if the JVM is running low on memory, even though no errors are reported.

  • ORDER BY queries that contain subqueries are translated incorrectly.

  • In certain situations, the driver returns a different ResultSet column name depending on whether UseNativeQuery is enabled or disabled.

  • If allowHostNameMismatch is set to 0, the driver does not compare the host name and the common name of the SSL server

  • If allowSelfSignedCert is set to 1, the driver does not verify the SSL certificate.

 

Getting Started with the Cloudera Driver

 

As always, we welcome your feedback. Please send your comments and suggestions to the user group of through our community forums. You can also file bugs through our external Jira projects on issues.cloudera.org.

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