In the screenshot it clearly states where the issue is. Attached the snipped screenshot. Update the JAR file mentioned so
that it should be supported by the JDBC driver which sqoop is using to import the data. It should solve your issue.
JDBC 4.0 uses JRE version 1.8 which will not be supported. You may need to make JDBC driver to use sqljdbc4.jar . Now i think its taking the other JRE versions.
I have used the export command to set the classpath .As you can see in the screenshot that in the particular classpath that sqljdbc4.jar file is present but still I am getting the same error screenshot-10.png
There are 2 versions of Sqljdbc4 drivers one for Java 7 and one for Java 8. The driver available in the sqoop/lib location would be built to be used using Java 7. You might need to update the sqljdbc jar file to be used with Java 8.
You can get the driver from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=54671
I have downloaded the above driver and in that inside jre8 sqljdbc42.jar file is available and i copied that jar file to sqoop/lib location and when i again wrote the sqoop import command to load the data from sql server to hive still I'm getting the same error that jre version 1.8 is not supported by this driver . use sqljdbc4.jar @mbalakrishnan,
i have downloaded the above driver sqljdbc4.2 and in that for jre8 sqljdbc42.jar file is available and when i copy that jar file to sqoop/lib location still I'm getting the same error @mbalakrishnan