"close_statement should close the statement." --> "Allow manual close_statement even if CLOSE_QUERIES is false"?
BTW: IIRC the default for Hive is false, does it needs to be true for LLAP or the results are persisted and they does not hold too much resources like Impala? (until we have the Task Server caching/export)
If CLOSE_QUERIES is false, we are going to keep closing them though? (or do we skip sending the close statement call from the UI? if yes +1 ship it)
(if not, this would be a problem for traditional Hive were queries should not be closed right away to not lose the results)
HUE-9089 [editor] close_statement should close the statement.
Review Request #14569 — Created Dec. 4, 2019 and submitted
|jgauthier, johan, ranade, romain, weixia, yingc|
commit 9790ceee786ee490df14039883e8bd8c02a0a0eb Author: Jean-Francois Desjeans Gauthier <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed Dec 4 11:04:04 2019 -0800 HUE-9089 [editor] close_statement should close the statement. When CLOSE_QUERIES is true, Hue will close queries when the user leaves the page. However, when CLOSE_QUERIES is false, it also prevents a user from closing a query and this is incorrect. :100644 100644 1b44435b91... db93a88e30... M desktop/libs/notebook/src/notebook/connectors/hiveserver2.py
Ok I see, let's do like in the review and rely on the frontend line you put. Historically we are only seeing it now because LLAP behaves like Impala.