rpastrana commented on Sep 6, 2013
The Driver depends on WSDFU/DFUInfo for information regarding all available files.
The JDBC Driver depends on the reported data file format, which it retrieves from DFUInfo. As it turns out the Format field is actually an data file encoding indicator.
https://track.hpccsystems.com/browse/HPCC-8867 will populate the @kind attribute with "FLAT|CSV|XML|KEY" information.
Also, one of the most important bits of information is the DFU File's reported record definition. Without the record definition, the driver cannot generate correct ECL to read/fetch from the given file. It appears that DFUInfo is currently not reporting the record definition for non-flat files:
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rpastrana commented on Sep 18, 2013
JDBC driver should look for contentType=CSV|FLAT|XML|KEY once https://track.hpccsystems.com/browse/HPCC-9961is available (targeted for 4.2).