To facilitate the development work with Java SDK of MapReduce and UDF, MaxCompute provides Eclipse Development Plug-in. This plug-in can simulate the running process of MapReduce and  UDF to provide local debugging methods and simple template generation.

Note
  • Current versions of Eclipse Neon are likely to cause plug-in loading to fail, please use the Eclipse Luna version.
  • To download this plug-in, click Here.
  • Unlike the local running mode provided by MapReduce, Eclipse plug-in cannot synchronize data with MaxCompute.  Data must be manually copied to the  warehouse directory of Eclipse plug-in.

After downloading the Eclipse plug-in, decompress the software package to find the following jar:

odps-eclipse-plugin-bundle-0.16.0.jar
Place the plug-in into the subdirectory plugins in Eclipse installation directory.  Start the Eclipse plug-in, and click Open Perspective in the upper right corner.As follows.

After clicking the button, the following dialog box is displayed.As follows.

Select ODPS and click OK.  The MaxCompute icon appears in the upper right corner, indicating that the plug-in takes effect.As follows.