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From "Vihang Karajgaonkar (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (HIVE-13797) Provide a connection string example in beeline
Date Fri, 20 May 2016 23:14:12 GMT


Vihang Karajgaonkar updated HIVE-13797:
    Attachment: HIVE-13797.01.patch

Added a new patch after suggestions from Sergio

> Provide a connection string example in beeline
> ----------------------------------------------
>                 Key: HIVE-13797
>                 URL:
>             Project: Hive
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Beeline
>    Affects Versions: 2.0.0
>            Reporter: Vihang Karajgaonkar
>            Assignee: Vihang Karajgaonkar
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: HIVE-13797.01.patch
> It would save a bunch of googling if we could provide some examples of connection strings
directly to beeline help message
> Eg:
> {code}
> ./bin/beeline --help
> Usage: java org.apache.hive.cli.beeline.BeeLine 
>    -u <database url>               the JDBC URL to connect to
>    -r                              reconnect to last saved connect url (in conjunction
with !save)
>    -n <username>                   the username to connect as
>    -p <password>                   the password to connect as
>    -d <driver class>               the driver class to use
>    -i <init file>                  script file for initialization
>    -e <query>                      query that should be executed
>    -f <exec file>                  script file that should be executed
>    -w (or) --password-file <password file>  the password file to read password
>    --hiveconf property=value       Use value for given property
>    --hivevar name=value            hive variable name and value
>                                    This is Hive specific settings in which variables
>                                    can be set at session level and referenced in Hive
>                                    commands or queries.
>    --color=[true/false]            control whether color is used for display
>    --showHeader=[true/false]       show column names in query results
>    --headerInterval=ROWS;          the interval between which heades are displayed
>    --fastConnect=[true/false]      skip building table/column list for tab-completion
>    --autoCommit=[true/false]       enable/disable automatic transaction commit
>    --verbose=[true/false]          show verbose error messages and debug info
>    --showWarnings=[true/false]     display connection warnings
>    --showNestedErrs=[true/false]   display nested errors
>    --numberFormat=[pattern]        format numbers using DecimalFormat pattern
>    --force=[true/false]            continue running script even after errors
>    --maxWidth=MAXWIDTH             the maximum width of the terminal
>    --maxColumnWidth=MAXCOLWIDTH    the maximum width to use when displaying columns
>    --silent=[true/false]           be more silent
>    --autosave=[true/false]         automatically save preferences
>    --outputformat=[table/vertical/csv2/tsv2/dsv/csv/tsv]  format mode for result display
>                                    Note that csv, and tsv are deprecated - use csv2,
tsv2 instead
>    --incremental=[true/false]      Defaults to false. When set to false, the entire result
>                                    is fetched and buffered before being displayed, yielding
>                                    display column sizing. When set to true, result rows
are displayed
>                                    immediately as they are fetched, yielding lower latency
>                                    memory usage at the price of extra display column
>                                    Setting --incremental=true is recommended if you encounter
an OutOfMemory
>                                    on the client side (due to the fetched result set
size being large).
>    --truncateTable=[true/false]    truncate table column when it exceeds length
>    --delimiterForDSV=DELIMITER     specify the delimiter for delimiter-separated values
output format (default: |)
>    --isolation=LEVEL               set the transaction isolation level
>    --nullemptystring=[true/false]  set to true to get historic behavior of printing null
as empty string
>    --addlocaldriverjar=DRIVERJARNAME Add driver jar file in the beeline client side
>    --addlocaldrivername=DRIVERNAME Add drvier name needs to be supported in the beeline
client side
>    --showConnectedUrl=[true/false] Prompt HiveServer2s URI to which this beeline connected.
>                                    Only works for HiveServer2 cluster mode.
>    --help                          display this message
>    Example:
>     1. beeline -u jdbc:hive2://localhost:10000 username password
>     2. beeline -n username -p password -u jdbc:hive2://hs2.local:10012
> {code}

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