Once the MaxCompute Java Module has been created, udfs can be developed.
- Expand the MaxCompute Java Module Directory that you created and navigate to MaxCompute Java as shown in the following figure. , and click
- Set Name and Kind, and click OK. as shown in the following figure.
- Name: Specifies the name of the MaxCompute Java Class. If you have not created a package, you can enter packagename.classname to automatically create a package.
- Kind: Specifies the type. Supported types include custom functions (UDF/UDAF/UDTF), MapReduce (Driver/Mapper/Reducer), and non-structural development (StorageHandler/Extractor).
- After the creation is successful, the Java program can be developed, modified, and
Note Here's a code template that can be customized in Intellij. You can define it in Code tab.. Then look for the corresponding template in the
For detailed development steps, seeJAVA UDF development.
Normally, the development of JAVA UDF can be done in the following ways:Use MaxCompute Studio to complete the whole process of JAVA UDF development.
For detailed development steps, seeJAVA UDF Development.
Debug the UDF program
After the UDF program is developed, it can be tested using unit test (UT) or local running to check whether it meets expectations.Unit Testing
There are various UT examples in the examples directory and you can refer to them to compile your UT.
During local running of the UDF program, the running data source must be specified. The following two methods are provided to set the test data source:
- MaxCompute Studio uses the Tunnel Service to automatically download table data of a specific project to the warehouse directory.
- The mock project and table data are provided. You can see example_project in warehouse to set it by yourself.
- Right-click UDF Class and select Run UDF class.main(). The Run Configuration dialog box is displayed. In normal cases, UDF/UDAF/UDTF data
is used as columns in tables of a select sub-statement. The MaxCompute project, table,
and column need to be configured. (The metadata is from the mock project under project explorer and warehouse.) Debugging for complex types is also supported, as shown in the following figure:
- If the table data under the specified project is not downloaded into glashourse, You need to download the data first, default download 100 entries. If more data is required, use the Tunnel Command of the console or table downloading function of Studio.
- If the mock project is used or the table data is downloaded, directly run the program.
- The UDF local run framework uses data in specific columns in warehouse as the UDF input and run the UDF program locally. You can view log output and result display on the console.
The local warehouse directory is used to store tables (including meta and data) or resources for local UDF or MR running. The following figure shows the warehouse directory.
- The project name, tables, table name, table scheme, and sample data are under the warehouse directory in sequence.
- The schema file is configured with the project name, table name, and column name and type (separated using a colon) in sequence. For a partition table, the partition column also needs to be configured. (For a non-partition table, refer to wc_in1. For a partition table, refer to wc_in2).
- The data file uses the standard CSV format to store table sample data.
- Special characters include comma, double quotation marks, and line feed (\n or \r\n).
- The column separator is comma and the line separator is \n or \r\n.
- If the column content includes special characters, double quotation marks (“) must be added before and after the column content. For example, if the column content is 3,No, it is changed to “3, No”.
- If the column content includes double quotation marks, each double quotation mark is converted to two double quotation marks. For example, if the column content is a”b”c, it is changed to “a””b””c”.
- \N indicates that a column is null. If the column content (string type) is \N, it must be converted to “””\N”””.
- The file character code is UTF-8.