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Hbase filter query using pyspark

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I am trying to pull the records from the Hbase based on the row key in pyspark using the following details

 

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but the records which is returning showing all the records (i,e without filter), can you please help me to resolving the issue

 

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@Taries, Welcome to our community! To help you get the best possible answer, I have tagged in our HBase and Spark experts  @smdas  @RangaReddy who may be able to assist you further.

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Hi @Taries 

You need to use the following two parameters to apply filter.

hbase.spark.query.timerange.start

hbase.spark.query.timerange.end

Reference:

https://github.com/apache/hbase-connectors/blob/307607cf7287084b3ce49cdd96d094e2ede9363a/spark/hbase...

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Explorer

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with the above given options, it is only taking the timerange start and end , not considering the rowkey passed along with it. 

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Hi @Taries 

As I mentioned previously, only the hbase.spark.query.timerange parameter can be used for filtering data during read. The hbase.spark.scan parameter wouldn't be set for this purpose.

To filter the data after reading, you can apply a Spark WHERE or filter clause with your desired conditions.

 

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Hi @Taries 

I hope you are doing good. Do you need any further help on this issue. If above solutions is helped in your case please accept the Solution. It will help for others.