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From Jarek Jarcec Cecho <jar...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [sqoop-user] failed to be exported to mysql with field containing char \n in a record
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2011 07:12:36 GMT
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Hi,
thank you very much for your work on tracing this issue down, can you please submit it to
our JIRA that is running on https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SQOOP?

Thank you,
Jarcec

On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 10:12:34PM -0800, Xuansu Chen wrote:
> Hi,
>     There is a bug in sqoop. I have a table in mysql which has a
> record like 'hello \n world'. It is ok that import this table into
> HDFS with sqoop output args (--enclosed-by '\"' --escaped-by '\\' --
> fields-terminated-by '\001' --lines-terminated-by '\002'). However, it
> failed to export this  HDFS into mysql with sqoop input-args (--input-
> enclosed-by '\"' --input-escaped-by '\\' --input-enclosed-by '\"' --
> input-fields-terminated-by '\001' --input-lines-terminated-by '\002')
> and throwed a exception as "java.io.IOException: Could not parse
> record".
>     The cause is that recordDelimiterBytes is null of LineRecordReader
> which is used by ExportInputFormat in Sqoop, then LineRecordReader
> will use default char value \010 to delimete the record.  That will
> make original record 'hello \n world' splitted into two new records
> (one is "hello and the other is world"). When RecordParser parsing the
> second record (world"), it find that this record is not began with "
> according to sqoop-input-args, so throws an exception.
> 
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