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Incident 77845/2018 : 'SAP BO version that officialy has Apache Phoenix support

Hi team,


We are trying to connect to Hadoop through Phoenix and seeing issues. We have gone through the PAM of 4.2 SP5 latest version and Apache Phoenix is not under supported DB list. Please let us know how to connect and also anyway this can include in SAP BO road map in near by future.

Connectivity to Hadoop is demanding these days through all channels like Hive, Phoenix, etc.


Thanks,
Viswa,

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  • Feb 01 at 07:14 PM

    Hello,

    You can try to use the Generic JDBC Data Source or Generic ODBC 2 Data Source or Generic ODBC 3 Data Source.

    Only Single Source universe.

    If that does not work than we cannot do much as there is a limitation.

    Generic ODBC, OLEDB and JDBC: Limitation
    (OLEDB and JDBC Supported for Crystal Reports Only)
    (ODBC Supported for Crystal Reports, Desktop Intelligence and Web Intelligence Only)
    Database server, Client and ODBC/JDBC/OLEDB driver used must support multiple threads.
    Generic JDBC: 3rd Party JDBC Type 4-compliant drivers may potentially have issues as not all combinations
    have been tested, but are supported for *relational database access* as a general rule.
    Generic ODBC: 3rd Party ODBC Level 2-compliant Drivers may potentially have issues as not all
    combinations have been tested yet, but are supported as a general rule.

    I hope I answered your question.


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    • Hello,

      Please provide me the notes so I check it.

      Generic JDBC /ODBC are supported with a limitation.

      Generic ODBC, OLEDB and JDBC: Limitation
      (OLEDB and JDBC Supported for Crystal Reports Only)
      (ODBC Supported for Crystal Reports, Desktop Intelligence and Web Intelligence Only)
      Database server, Client and ODBC/JDBC/OLEDB driver used must support multiple threads.
      Generic JDBC: 3rd Party JDBC Type 4-compliant drivers may potentially have issues as not all combinations
      have been tested, but are supported for *relational database access* as a general rule.
      Generic ODBC: 3rd Party ODBC Level 2-compliant Drivers may potentially have issues as not all
      combinations have been tested yet, but are supported as a general rule.

      I hope I answered your question.

      Thanks,

      Sonet

  • Jan 23 at 02:14 PM

    If it is not under the supported platforms list and you would like it to be then create an idea on the influencer site here:

    https://influence.sap.com/sap/ino/#/campaign/891

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