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JIRA: SQOOP-1680

This document serves as a guide for the public facing Sqoop Repository API as of 1.99.5 release

This API can evolve in future releases and hence it is relevant to the state of the API in 1.99.5

Summary

Sqoop2 supports a persistent store for the sqoop entities such as the Configurables ( Connector and Driver) , Configs exposed by the Connectors, Jobs and JobRuns/Submissions etc. The persistent store is commonly referred to as the repository. We also expose Rest APIs and shell commands to perform CRUD operations on the sqoop entities such as connectors and drivers, connector configs related to link and job information, sqoop job and its configs. Thus the persistent store comes handy in keeping a history of the sqoop entity objects created and updated over time. In order to access the persistent store with ease, we also expose a simple java based repository API that different data stores can implement to store the sqoop entity objects.

At this point, we support relational data stores, since the entities are related to each other and expressing these relations becomes easier with a relational data store. In future it is possible to add a non-relational store to implement the repository API. Repository structure ( schema and its fields ) has also changed over time during the sqoop releases so have the APIs to retrofit to the new structures.

The rest of the document will focus on the main public facing entities and  repository APIs 

 

Sqoop Entities

Refer to this wiki for details on the Sqoop Entities. Without understanding the sqoop entities it is not worth reading further.

Sqoop Repository API 

Details and Javadocs are available in Repository.java ( The trunk of sqoop2). Here are the high level details on the the APIs

Entity Related APIs


EntityAPIsNotes

CONNECTOR

public abstract MConnector registerConnector(MConnector mConnector, boolean autoUpgrade);

public abstract MConnector findConnector(String shortName);
public abstract List<MConnector> findConnectors();
 

READ ONLY APIs.

 

DRIVER

public abstract MDriver registerDriver(MDriver mDriverConfig, boolean autoUpgrade);
public abstract MDriver findDriver(String shortName);
READ ONLY APIs.

LINK

public abstract void createLink(MLink link);
public abstract void updateLink(MLink link);
public abstract void updateLink(final MLink link, RepositoryTransaction tx);
public abstract void enableLink(long id, boolean enabled);
public abstract void deleteLink(long id);
public abstract MLink findLink(long id);

public abstract MLink findLink(String name);
public abstract List<MLink> findLinksForConnector(long connectorId);
public abstract List<MLink> findLinks();
CRUD APIs

JOB

public abstract void createJob(MJob job);
public abstract void updateJob(MJob job);
public abstract void updateJob(MJob job, RepositoryTransaction tx);
public abstract void enableJob(long id, boolean enabled);
public abstract void deleteJob(long id);
public abstract MJob findJob(long id);
public abstract MJob findJob(String name);
public abstract List<MJob> findJobs();
public abstract List<MJob> findJobsForConnector(long connectorId);
CRUD APIs

CONFIG

None

 

INPUT ( VALUES)
public abstract void deleteJobInputs(long jobId, RepositoryTransaction tx);
public abstract void deleteLinkInputs(long linkId, RepositoryTransaction tx);

No Public API for users yet

See SQOP-1516 for more details - 1.99.5 changes got Input RU

 

Input deletion can happen as part of the connector/driver upgrade path

SUBMISSION
public abstract void createSubmission(MSubmission submission);
public abstract void updateSubmission(MSubmission submission);
public abstract void purgeSubmissions(Date threshold);
public abstract List<MSubmission> findUnfinishedSubmissions();
public abstract List<MSubmission> findSubmissions();
public abstract List<MSubmission> findSubmissionsForJob(long jobId);
public abstract MSubmission findLastSubmissionForJob(long jobId);

CUD for internal sqoop use only

READ ONLY APIs for user

Repository Upgrade related APIs

  /**
   * Create or update the repository schema structures.
   *
   * This method will be called from the Sqoop server if enabled via a config
   * {@link RepoConfigurationConstants#SYSCFG_REPO_SCHEMA_IMMUTABLE} to enforce
   * changing the repository schema structure or explicitly via the
   * {@link UpgradeTool} Repository should not change its schema structure
   * outside of this method. This method must be no-op in case that the schema
   * structure do not need any upgrade.
   */
  public abstract void createOrUpgradeRepository();
  /**
   * Return true if internal repository structures exists and are suitable for use.
   * This method should return false in case that the structures do exists, but
   * are not suitable to use i.e corrupted as part of the upgrade
   *
   * @return Boolean values if internal structures are suitable for use
   */
  public abstract boolean isRepositorySuitableForUse();

 

Configurable Upgrade related APIs

( NOTE: The following apis could have been its own independent API, but it exists in the repository since the configurables config/input objects reside in the repository )

Connector Upgrade API

upgradeConnector has a default implementation provided in the Repository.java 
  /**
   * Upgrade the connector with the same {@linkplain MConnector#uniqueName}
   * in the repository with values from <code>newConnector</code>.
   * <p/>
   * All links and jobs associated with this connector will be upgraded
   * automatically.
   *
   * @param oldConnector The old connector that should be upgraded.
   * @param newConnector New properties for the Connector that should be
   *                     upgraded.
   */
  public final void upgradeConnector(MConnector oldConnector, MConnector newConnector) {
  ..}

 /**
   * Update the connector with the new data supplied in the
   * <tt>newConnector</tt>. Also Update all configs associated with this
   * connector in the repository with the configs specified in
   * <tt>mConnector</tt>. <tt>mConnector </tt> must
   * minimally have the configurableID and all required configs (including ones
   * which may not have changed). After this operation the repository is
   * guaranteed to only have the new configs specified in this object.
   *
   * @param newConnector The new data to be inserted into the repository for
   *                     this connector.
   * @param tx The repository transaction to use to push the data to the
   *           repository. If this is null, a new transaction will be created.
   *           method will not call begin, commit,
   *           rollback or close on this transaction.
   */

protected abstract void upgradeConnectorAndConfigs(MConnector newConnector, RepositoryTransaction tx);
  

 

Driver Upgrade API

upgradeDriver has a default implementation provided in the Repository.java 
 
public final void upgradeDriver(MDriver driver) {
..}
 
/**
   * Upgrade the driver with the new data supplied in the
   * <tt>mDriver</tt>. Also Update all configs associated with the driver
   * in the repository with the configs specified in
   * <tt>mDriver</tt>. <tt>mDriver </tt> must
   * minimally have the configurableID and all required configs (including ones
   * which may not have changed). After this operation the repository is
   * guaranteed to only have the new configs specified in this object.
   *
   * @param newDriver The new data to be inserted into the repository for
   *                     the driverConfig.
   * @param tx The repository transaction to use to push the data to the
   *           repository. If this is null, a new transaction will be created.
   *           method will not call begin, commit,
   *           rollback or close on this transaction.
   */
  protected abstract void upgradeDriverAndConfigs(MDriver newDriver, RepositoryTransaction tx);

 

 

Sqoop Repository Concrete Implementations

JdbcRepository extends Repository API
 
JdbcRepositoryHandler.java is a replica of the Repository.java class in addition to having the "java.sql.Connection" as a parameter in the API methods.

As of 1.99.5 we have Derby and Postgres implementation for the Repository

Please refer the the DerbyRepositoryHandler and PostgresqlRepositoryHandler for details. They are concrete implementations of  the JdbcRepositoryHandler

 

 


 


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