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Error when calling the Impala Thrift API ExecuteStatement: Could not refill buffer

Hi Community,

 

I have been establishing an connection with Impala Server using the Simba Impala ODBC Driver (default impala connection offered by Power BI) through my desktop and getting the below error frequently.

Error Message:

OLE DB or ODBC error: [DataSource.Error] ODBC: ERROR [08S01] [Microsoft][ImpalaODBC] (450) Error when calling the Impala Thrift API ExecuteStatement: Could not refill buffer.

 

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I am currently doing a direct query with Impala server and have created few of the charts.  Few of my charts though popultae but few of them show this error. 

I have done few extra setting in my impala driver settings mentioned below:

[Driver]
SSL=1
TransportMode=2
HTTPPath=dth01-xxx-hybrid-1/cdp-proxy-api/impala
AuthMech=3

 

I am using Version: 2.93.641.0 64-bit (May 2021). Any help would be greatful!!!

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@Anonymous 

We often use Rest API in Power BI, have not seen any Thrift API method. There is already a Impala connect in Power BI Desktop, see if you can use it.Connect to an Impala database in Power BI Desktop - Power BI | Microsoft Docs

 

 

Paul Zheng _ Community Support Team
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Anonymous
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I am connecting through the same database option using Impala connector. Once connected and doing a direct query this error mostly comes. Any idea about this error?

 

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