Join using two mappers - invalid inputfile exception

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Join using two mappers - invalid inputfile exception

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Note : error screenshot attached.
Dec 18, 2017 in Data Analytics by Learner
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Dear Learner,

Hope you are doing well.

Can you Please attach your map reduce code to execute at our end for resolving this issue.

Mean While please do the following steps for resolving this issue.

Please go through the attached document it had the detailed steps for exporting the map reduce program as jar file.

Please download all the jars that is provided in the below link.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9Cr2tONwth1SENhYkNJQ3pKdkk/view?usp=sharing

To add this jar file to your project, please follow the below steps.

Right click on Project-> Properties-> Java Build Path->Libraries-> Add external jar -> select the jar you have downloaded-> OK-> Order and Export-> Select all-> OK.

Please check the below video link for your reference in order to know the step by step procedure to run MR program in 

https://edureka.wistia.com/medias/d84wtdbluk

Please try it once and Let me know if you are getting any errors.

Waiting for your response.


 

Note : File of Mapreduce attached.

answered Dec 18, 2017 by Sudhir
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