|Release State||General Availability|
|Products||Power BI (Datasets)|
|Authentication Types Supported||Basic (Username/Password)
|Function Reference Documentation||—|
An Apache Hive LLAP username and password.
- Direct Query
- Thrift Transport Protocol
Connect to Hive LLAP data from Power Query Desktop
To connect to an Apache Hive LLAP server:
Select the Hive LLAP option from Get Data.
Enter the URL to the Adobe Hive LLAP server. You can also enter an optional port number. Typically, the URL looks like
http://[hostname]:[port number]. The components of the URL are:
hivellaphttp.southcentralus.contoso.com) is the hostname or IP address of the Apache Hive server.
port number(for example, 10500) is the port number for the Apache Hive server. If the
port numberisn't specified, the default value is 10501 for the HTTP transport protocol and 10500 for the standard transport protocol.
In Thrift Transport Protocol, select either Standard for TCP mode, or HTTP for HTTP mode.
Select either the Import or DirectQuery data connectivity mode. More information: Use DirectQuery in Power BI Desktop
Select OK to continue.
The first time you connect to a data source (identified by each unique URL), you'll be prompted to enter account credentials. Select the appropriate type of authentication and enter your credentials for the connection.
- Windows: Select this authentication type if you want to connect using Windows authentication.
- Basic: Select this authentication type if you want to connect using Apache Hive LLAP authentication. Enter your Apache Hive LLAP User name and Password.
More information: Authentication with a data source.
Select Connect to connect to the Apache Hive LLAP data.
In Navigator, select the data you require. Then select either Transform data to transform the data in Power Query Editor or Load to load the data in Power BI Desktop.
Kerberos-based single sign-on (SSO) for Hive LLAP
The Hive LLAP connector now supports Kerberos-based single sign-on (SSO).
To use this feature:
Sign in to your Power BI account, and navigate to the Gateway management page.
Add a new data source under the gateway cluster you want to use.
Select the connector in the Data Source Type list.
Expand the Advanced Settings section.
Select the option to Use SSO via Kerberos for DirectQuery queries or Use SSO via Kerberos for DirectQuery and Import queries.
You might come across the following "SSL_connect" error after entering the authentication information for the connector and selecting Connect.
If this error occurs:
In Power BI Desktop, select Files > Options and settings > Data source settings.
In Data source settings, select the Hive LLAP source you created, and then select Edit Permissions.
In Edit Permissions, under Encryption, clear the Encrypt connections check box.
Select OK, and then in Data source settings, select Close.
Redo the steps in Connect to Hive LLAP data from Power Query Desktop.
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