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Impala JDBC is not in maven repo

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Impala JDBC is not in maven repo

Contributor

Hi,

 

Is there a particular reason why Impala JDBC driver is not in Cloudera's Maven Repo?

Strange, because other CDH-related libraries are there.

 

Best,

Gin

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Re: Impala JDBC is not in maven repo

Guru

Hi,

 

Impala JDBC driver is not Open Source, as it contains proprietary code that makes it more performant and featureful, as a result, no public maven respository available for it.

 

We do publish the Apache version of JDBC driver however, though they are not the same and contain different features.

 

Hope that answers your question.

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Re: Impala JDBC is not in maven repo

Guru

Hi,

 

Impala JDBC driver is not Open Source, as it contains proprietary code that makes it more performant and featureful, as a result, no public maven respository available for it.

 

We do publish the Apache version of JDBC driver however, though they are not the same and contain different features.

 

Hope that answers your question.

Re: Impala JDBC is not in maven repo

Contributor

Thanks for clarifying, Eric.

 

Although I still think that a separate public/private cloudera-proprietary maven repo would be much more convenient. In the end, these JDBCs end up in (private) maven repos anyway - just takes more hassle.

 

Best,

Gin