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Why am I getting this error [Hortonworks][Hardy] (35) Error from server: error code: '1' error message: 'Error while processing statement: FAILED: Execution Error, return code 1 from org.apache.hadoop.hive.ql.exec.tez.TezTask'.

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New Contributor

I'm able to connect to Hortonworks Hive Server and I have the latest ODBC Driver installed. I'm able to load data from the table in the database in "Data Source" window. But when I go to "Sheet1" window and drag a field to plot a graph, Tableau throws this error to me. Can anyone please help?

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New Contributor

Adding some more info, I looked at the "Show Query" and I saw the table name being entered twice by default.

For Eg:

SELECT `stb_headers_v6`.`day` AS `day`

FROM `pde_gold`.`stb_headers_v6` `stb_headers_v6` <-- Table name twice here

GROUP BY `stb_headers_v6`.`day`

I have used the custom query and still getting an error.

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Master Mentor

@Rahul Soni

Can you paste here the code you are running the below SQL doesn't look correct. Is the table you are querying stb_headers_v6 then the FROM part should be replaced with FROM stb_headers_v6 it shouldn't be qualified with "pde_gold`.`stb_headers_v6`" like below

SELECT `stb_headers_v6`.`day` AS `day`
FROM `pde_gold`.`stb_headers_v6` `stb_headers_v6` <-- Table name twice here
GROUP BY `stb_headers_v6`.`day`

Hope that helps

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New Contributor

Hi Geoffrey, I'm using Tableau and this query is generated by Tableau itself when I drag and drop stuff in worksheets

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Master Mentor

@Rahul Soni

If you have been getting this duplicate table name error try the below solution

Solution:

Check for and delete the existing extract BEFORE using the dataextract.Extract() method.

So my original code was this:

############BAD############

# #create the extract# try:
# #try to create the extract file
# tdefile = tde.Extract(dataFolder+'DataExtract.tde')
# except:# #if the file already exists, delete it
# os.remove(dataFolder+'DataExtract.tde')
# #create the file now
# tdefile = tde.Extract(dataFolder+'DataExtract.tde')

My new, working code does this:

############GOOD############

#if the extract already exists, delete it.
if os.path.isfile(dataFolder+'DataExtract.tde'):
os.remove(dataFolder+'DataExtract.tde')
#now create a new one
tdefile = tde.Extract(dataFolder+'DataExtract.tde')

Hopefully this helps!