There are JIRAs being created to add python binding for Apex APIs:
This is the work is part of roadmap ans needs to be picked up. You and your
team are welcome if you wish to contribute to this effort.
We're in initial phase of requirement gathering for what exactly should we
provide python binding for.
Now that you've used apex, I would like to ask you as apex user that
how/where would you like to see python binding for?
On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 9:31 PM, Jaspal Singh <jaspal.singh1...@gmail.com>
> Thanks Team !!
> We were able to fix the issue, it was some dependency in pom which was
> adding hadoop transitive dependencies as well.
> I have another question, does DT has support for python yet ?
> On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, Bhupesh Chawda <bhup...@datatorrent.com>
>> Hi Jaspal,
>> I think the issue might be related to using mapr specific jars in the
>> application package.
>> Can you check if you are able to run any other app on the cluster; for
>> ex.pidemo in malhar?
>> Also check the jars included in your apa file using "mvn dependency:tree"
>> and verify that no hadoop jars have been bundled.
>> ~ Bhupesh
>> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 1:45 AM, Jaspal Singh <jaspal.singh1...@gmail.com
>> > wrote:
>>> Hi Team,
>>> We are trying to build a DT application to read messages from mapr
>>> streams and write them on to hdfs. Its the same application used with Kafka
>>> as source with the following changes:
>>> 1. Added the map example code jar in the pom.xml.
>>> 2. Changed the topic name to fully qualified path of the stream with
>>> topic name.
>>> After packaging the code into apa file, we are able to launch the
>>> application but it remains in ACCEPTED state and then goes to FAILED state
>>> after a while. We are having a hard time time to figure out the issue with
>>> the project, so need some assistance from anyone who has encountered any
>>> similar issue.
>>> dtgateway.log and pom.xml attached.
>>> Really appreciate the inputs !!