Koert,

Koert Kuipers wrote:


A single json object would mean for most parsers it needs to fit in memory when 
reading or writing

Note that codlife didn't seem to being asking about /single-object/ JSON files, 
but about /standard-format/ JSON files.

On Oct 15, 2016 11:09, "codlife" <1004910...@qq.com <mailto:1004910...@qq.com>> 
wrote:

    Hi:
       I'm doubt about the design of spark.read.json,  why the json file is not
    a standard json file, who can tell me the internal reason. Any advice is
    appreciated.



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