Code is managed by maven. Be sure to install maven on your platform
before running these commands. Also be aware that HBase is not yet
supported on the OpenJDK platform, the default JVM installed on most
modern Linux distributions. You'll want to install the Oracle (Sun)
Java 6 runtime and make sure it's configured on your
you continue. Again, on Ubuntu, you may find the
utility to be of use.
To build a self-contained jar:
$ mvn package
The jar created using this by default will allow you to interact with
HBase running in standalone mode on your local machine. If you want
to interact with a remote (possibly fully distributed) HBase
deployment, you need to edit the
HBaseClient constructor in the
source and recompile the jar.
This client uses asynchbase for communication with HBase. The client assumes you have an existing TwitBase schema containing User data. Run the application with this command:
$ java -cp target/twitbase-async-1.0.0.jar \ HBaseIA.TwitBase.AsyncUsersTool update
Copyright (C) 2012 Nick Dimiduk, Amandeep Khurana
Distributed under the Apache License, version 2.0, the same as HBase.