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Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

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Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Expert Contributor

Hi, I am unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3. It comes with a blank interface with nowhere the edit the parameters. The NiFi version running on it is 1.1.0. Anyone experienced the same issue?


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Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

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@Joshua Adeleke

Tested and confirmed a bug exists in HDF 2.1.3 that affects the Controller services UI. The fix for this bug will be in HDF 2.1.4. Unfortunately there is no easy workaround to this bug. You can still modify, delete, start, and stop controller services by interfacing directly with the NiFi Rest-API.

Thanks,

Matt

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Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Contributor

Hey @Joshua Adeleke, I haven't experienced this directly but looks like it could be a bug or rendering issue. Is it possible to check with another browser?

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Expert Contributor

@Sebastian Carroll I have checked in Chrome and Firefox. It's the same issue.

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Master Guru

@Joshua Adeleke

Are you able to add new controller services?

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Expert Contributor

@Matt Clarke Yes, i am able to add a new controller but not edit it.

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Cloudera Employee

Do you see any javascript errors in the dev tools console of your web browser?

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Expert Contributor

@Scott Aslan I don't see any javascript errors in the dev tools console of Chrome/Firefox.

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

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@Joshua Adeleke

I had somewhat similar issue, the State of client service would get stuck on "Disabling" and the edit option would disappear; restarting the NiFi instance brought back the Edit option for me.

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Master Guru

@Joshua Adeleke

Tested and confirmed a bug exists in HDF 2.1.3 that affects the Controller services UI. The fix for this bug will be in HDF 2.1.4. Unfortunately there is no easy workaround to this bug. You can still modify, delete, start, and stop controller services by interfacing directly with the NiFi Rest-API.

Thanks,

Matt

Re: Unable to configure HBase JDBC driver on HDF 2.1.3

Expert Contributor

thanks @Matt Clarke. Will downgrade asap.

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