I have installed Apache Atlas on EC2 instance. This is a single node cluster. (Hadoop isnt installed on it).
Can we any way load the data manually into Atlas without hooking up with HIVE/SQOOP or so components??
If i have to install HIVE on the same instance, how should I hook it up??
Any help is appreciated
>> Can we any way load the data manually into Atlas without hooking up with HIVE/SQOOP or so components??
Would you like to create the hive entities manually by yourself in Atlas without Hive sending it ? You can use Atlas REST APIs to do that . But would you mind sharing the requirement behind this ?
>> If i have to install HIVE on the same instance, how should I hook it up??
Please refer to http://atlas.apache.org/Hook-Hive.html.
@Sharmadha Sainath Yes, I would like to create hive entities manually into Atlas without hive sending it. I did try to use the REST API's but I am failing to post the data into atlas.
Whenever i try to create a new entity, its showing only HDFS_PATH, HBASE only in the drop down list.
I was looking into it to test data, how the data can be loaded into it.
UI shows only few types. You may add a property atlas.ui.editable.entity.types=* in atlas-application properties to list down all the types or atlas.ui.editable.entity.types=hive_table,hive_column to list down only hive_table and hive_column types.
Apache Atlas natively been build with with Berkeley DB and Elastic,
I did follow the link below to install it.
What i was trying to do is to load data into the DB, which i cannot see.
If you can help me to load data into DB that would be helpful
@Anji Raju what is the error that you run into when using the atlas api ? Also take a look at this HCC article - https://community.hortonworks.com/articles/74919/how-to-create-hive-table-and-lineage-using-rest-ap....