is not a Parquet file expected magic number at tail 80 65 82 49 but found 51 53 10 10

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Hi,

I tried to load one CSV file in SparkR . But it shows me the below error.



Can anyone tell me why I am getting this error?

Thank You

Feb 3, 2020 in Apache Spark by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

Here you are trying to read a csv file but it is expecting a parquet file. So you can use the bellow command to avoid this.

df <- read.df(csvPath, "csv", header = "true", inferSchema = "true", na.strings = "NA")

Thank You

answered Feb 3, 2020 by MD
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