Couple of things that can work-
- If you know the logic- just forget the python script and write it in java/scala from scratch
- If you have python functions and libraries used- Pyspark is probably the best bet.
- If you have specific questions on how to solve a particular implementation issue you are facing- ask it here :)
Apart from that its really difficult to understand what you are asking.
- Thanks, via mobile, excuse brevity.On Jun 18, 2016 3:27 PM, "Aakash Basu" <email@example.com> wrote:
I don't have a sound knowledge in Python and on the other hand we are working on Spark on Scala, so I don't think it will be allowed to run PySpark along with it, so the requirement is to convert the code to scala and use it. But I'm finding it difficult.
Did not find a better forum for help than ours. Hence this mail.On 18-Jun-2016 10:39 AM, "Stephen Boesch" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:What are you expecting us to do? Yash provided a reasonable approach - based on the info you had provided in prior emails. Otherwise you can convert it from python to spark - or find someone else who feels comfortable to do it. That kind of inquiry would likelybe appropriate on a job board.2016-06-17 21:47 GMT-07:00 Aakash Basu <email@example.com>:
Our complete project is in Spark on Scala, I code in Scala for Spark, though am new, but I know it and still learning. But I need help in converting this code to Scala. I've nearly no knowledge in Python, hence, requested the experts here.
Hope you get me now.
Aakash.On 18-Jun-2016 10:07 AM, "Yash Sharma" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You could use pyspark to run the python code on spark directly. That will cut the effort of learning scala.
- Thanks, via mobile, excuse brevity.On Jun 18, 2016 2:34 PM, "Aakash Basu" <email@example.com> wrote:
I've a python code, which I want to convert to Scala for using it in a Spark program. I'm not so well acquainted with python and learning scala now. Any Python+Scala expert here? Can someone help me out in this please?
Thanks & Regards,