kandi X-RAY | sqlline Summary
kandi X-RAY | sqlline Summary
Command-line shell for issuing SQL to relational databases via JDBC.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Highlight syntax highlighting
- Handle SQL syntax block
- Marks single - quoted string
- Marks numbers position based on input
- Prints the rows to the table
- Build the header line
- Center a string with spaces
- Gets the output string
- Reset property
- Parses the line
- Go to the next color scheme
- Print rows
- Display the help for a SQL statement
- Commit a commit
- Rolls back a transaction
- Display prompt handler
- Open a connection
- Scans for JDBC drivers
- Recursively run a line
- Performs drop - all commands
- Runs a script from a file
- Returns all class names
- Creates the escape map
- Get the completions for a SQL line
- Add a command handler
- Connects to the specified properties file
sqlline Key Features
sqlline Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on sqlline
I am using ignite's CacheQueryExample:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 13:17
Try enclosing the table scheme name with double quotes.
I see that Apache Ignite (and the GG editions for that matter) uses a very old version of sqlline which has issues & missing certain features. The version used is
1.3.0 which is from 2017, whereas the latest version is
The reason this comes up is because the old version being used in Ignite has certain issues & lacks certain features that are available in the newer versions. For example, sqlline's write to csv behavior (used for ignite cache export) prints each column value ONLY with a single quote and also records command begins with printing the line “Saving all output to …”. With the newer versions we have settings for these like
!set csvQuoteCharacter '"',
!set silent true , etc.
Now, we tried replacing the older version of sqlline (along with jline) and brought up a server node and did some basic testing. We did not see any issues.
So the question is does Ignite really need to use the older version (and that something is broken that we haven't hit in our testing) or can the newer version be used & is just a question of planned updates. If its the former please let me in on what could be broken & if its the latter do you folks know of any plans for this upgrade?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-06 at 10:36
Ignite and GridGain work well with most JDBC clients, so I don't see why it wouldn't work with newer versions of sqlline. It looks like Ignite uses version 1.9 (since Ignite 2.10). I don't see any tickets to update to a newer version.
I am evaluating Ignite and trying to load CSV data to Apache Ignite. I have created a table in Ignite:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-05 at 20:13
You have to upload CSV without header line. Which contains the column names. An error is thrown when trying to convert the string value "count_opening" to a Integer.
I have two files:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-16 at 06:28
First, we create a dictionary to lookup values using values_list.txt then we iterate over all the lines in the sqlfile and replace the dictionary keys with their values. The code is as follows:
I'm trying to connect to a MariaDB (10.5.6-MariaDB-log) database using OpenJDK 8 with sqlline. The connection should use ssl. The user in the database is created like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-29 at 06:19
Turns out, the solution is rather simple. When adding another extension directory to the java command, the connection works:
I would like to return a list of promises with Promise.all, but the result is always empty.
Here is my theoric code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-01 at 19:00
You should not need to create a new promise with
new Promise when you already have a promise to work with -- in your case:
pSqlLines inside a
new Promise wrapper is an example of the promise constructor antipattern.
Secondly, this code:
I'm trying to figure out how to work with a list datatype in a Gridgain query, I have an object which has a field
@QuerySqlField private final List expertGroupIds; that I can receive during selects but I can't manage to create an update query on the list, and can't find anywhere what is the correct syntax while working from the Gridgain sqlline client.
Also, what I'm finally trying to achieve is to have a select query that will find all objects where expertGroupIds has at least one element similar to a list receive as a parameter (basically I need to check if the 2 lists have any intersections)
Thanks for your help!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-18 at 09:19
You can't is the short answer. There's no way to filter (a WHERE clause) or update it from SQL.
But you can if you normalise it, as you would with a traditional relational database.
I am using Hbase version 2.0.2 and phoenix V5.0.0. I have an HBase table on top of that We have created Phoenix view, using the below steps...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-04 at 17:39
If you're adding a Phoenix view to an existing HBase table, you must ensure the values stored in the table are encoded into bytes the way Phoenix expects them to be. Since you wrote data into the table from the HBase shell instead of through Phoenix this might not have happened (your error message suggests that is the case).
If it's a new table, don't use the HBase shell -- instead use Phoenix SQL commands to create the table. That way everything will be configured the way Phoenix expects. Then henceforth use only Phoenix to interact with the data (write, query, create views, and so on) to avoid problems associated with different encodings and the like.
I have created a Phoenix View from an HBase table, then created a Phoenix view from it, and finally tried to upsert into a new :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-11 at 15:01
Is it possible to Upsert into table select * from view?
No, it's not the case. Missing quotation marks in upsert statement caused this. "As with CREATE TABLE, the table, column family, and column names are uppercased unless they are double quoted"
UPSERT INTO personal_table SELECT * FROM personal;
should be ->
UPSERT INTO personal_table SELECT * FROM "personal";
I tried your case on my local (with fix). Here is what I executed on HBase Shell:
Is there any way to pass the user password manually without passing the password in the sqlline jdbc connection string (like below). We want that sqlline tool will ask to put the password to connect, how to achieve this.
./sqlline.sh --verbose=true -u "jdbc:ignite:thin://127.0.0.1:10800;user=ignite;password=ignite"...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-19 at 08:32
Sqlline will always ask for user and password if they are not provided on connection string.
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Copy the sqlline script (or sqlline.bat for Windows), sqlline-VERSION-jar-with-dependencies.jar and a JDBC driver jar into the same directory. (Or just put sqlline on your PATH.).
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