How SparkSQL is different from HQL and SQL?

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Can anyone explain how Spark SQL is different from HQL and SQL?
Jul 3 in Apache Spark by Ranjan

recategorized Jul 4 by Gitika 129 views

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Hi,

SparkSQL is a special component on the sparkCore engine that support SQL and HiveQueryLanguage without changing any syntax. It’s possible to join SQL table and HQL table.
answered Jul 3 by Gitika
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