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From Lisen Mu <imm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Another pair of eyes...
Date Thu, 09 May 2013 04:31:21 GMT

I'm not familiar with the optiq inside but seems it has something to do
with your last projection's ref. What's the purpose of  getHolder()?

Maybe not the right thing to do, but the attached patch could produce
output without nesting(but throws exceptions in some test...).

On Tue, May 7, 2013 at 1:06 PM, Julian Hyde <julianhyde@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Drillers,
> I am having problems integrating the logical plan reference interpreter
> with the Optiq plans that I generate to implement SQL. Specifically with
> which "wrapper" elements I should expect to wrap the rows that come out of
> the reference interpreter.
> I'd appreciate if another Drill developer could run my code in a debugger
> and see whether I am generating the wrong logical plan, or interpreting its
> results wrongly, or whether the reference interpreter is broken. In other
> words, I'd like to borrow another pair of eyes. Any volunteers?
> Download the "optiq" branch from my github fork:
> $ git clone git@github.com:julianhyde/incubator-drill.git
> $ cd incubator-drill
> $ git checkout optiq
> Then run the "testCount" method of
> sandbox/prototype/sqlparser/src/test/java/org/apache/drill/jdbc/test/JdbcTest.java.
> It ought to return something like this:
> C=1; DEPTID=null
> C=2; DEPTID=34
> C=2; DEPTID=33
> C=1; DEPTID=31
> but actually returns this:
> C=1; DEPTID={DEPTID=34, LASTNAME=Robinson}
> C=1; DEPTID={DEPTID=33, LASTNAME=Steinburg}
> C=1; DEPTID={DEPTID=31, LASTNAME=Rafferty}
> As you can see, the DEPTID column has an extra level of nesting. I print
> the logical plan to stdout, so see whether that makes sense.
> Julian

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