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Rising Star

Hi all, I'm trying to login with a user that i have created, but it shows me this error:

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It says i'm not authorized to read. I changed the users-credentials.properties and policy-store.txt

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@Francisco Pires

Looks like you have added two users - fmmp and holger_gov, as which user you are trying to login? I can see, you have set the policy store for fmmp but not for holger_gov. Could you please check your configuration again? and restart atlas service to take affect.

You can refer to my answer in the below question which has a detailed explanation about policy store and user credential files.

https://community.hortonworks.com/questions/53474/how-to-set-the-authorityright-of-atlas-web-ui-user...

Rising Star

@Ayub Khan I'm trying login with fmmp and i login, but throws me the errors shown in the first image.

Now, i have the some configurations of holger_gov and fmmp, and only holger_gov logins and works without showing errors.

Let me ask another question, does Apache Atlas displays lineage from sqoop import to hbase table?

@Francisco Pires

Sqoop import to hive is supported by Atlas today. Sqoop import to hbase is not supported.

Refer here for more details on sqoop bridge: http://atlas.incubator.apache.org/0.7.0-incubating/Bridge-Sqoop.html

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