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Submitted: Jul 30 2013 / 10:16

MapReduce offers straightforward, well-documented support for working with simple data formats such as log files. But the use of MapReduce has evolved beyond log files to more sophisticated data serialization formats—such as text, XML, and JSON—to the point that its documentation and built-in support runs dry. In this article, based on chapter 3 of Hadoop in Practice, author Alex Holmes shows you how to work with file formats such as XML.
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