Error: ParseException line 1:103 mismatched input 't' expecting StringLiteral near 'by' in table row format's field separator

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Hi,

I got this error while I was trying to create a table in hive shell, I used this command to create the table

This is the error, Can anyone help how to resolve this?

May 13 by rashmi

edited May 14 by Gitika 162 views

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Hey,

The error you have got is showing that in the given command you haven't put the delimited field that is \t in quotes. Try using the same command but this way:

I hope the error wont be there.

answered May 13 by Gitika
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