Java Code Examples for org.apache.hadoop.hbase.util.Bytes#toByteArrays()

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Example 1
Source Project: hraven   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
public void testSplitWithLimit() {
  // source with more splits than the limit
  byte[][] expectedResult = Bytes.toByteArrays(new String[] {"random", "stuff::"});
  byte[][] splitResult = ByteUtil.split(source2, sep2, 2);
  assertSplitResult(expectedResult, splitResult);

  // source with fewer splits than the limit
  expectedResult = Bytes.toByteArrays(new String[] {"random", "stuff", ""});
  splitResult = ByteUtil.split(source2, sep2, 100);
  assertSplitResult(expectedResult, splitResult);

  // source with limit of 1
  expectedResult = new byte[][] {source2};
  splitResult = ByteUtil.split(source2, sep2, 1);
  assertSplitResult(expectedResult, splitResult);
Example 2
Source Project: hraven   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public void testSplit() {
  // single byte separator
  byte[][] expected1 = Bytes
      .toByteArrays(new String[] { "abc", "bcd", "cde" });

  byte[][] splitresult = ByteUtil.split(source1, sep1);
  assertSplitResult(expected1, splitresult);

  // multi-byte separator, plus trailing separator
  byte[][] expected2 = Bytes.toByteArrays(new String[] { "random", "stuff",
      "" });
  splitresult = ByteUtil.split(source2, sep2);
  assertSplitResult(expected2, splitresult);

  // leading and trailing separator
  byte[][] expected3 = Bytes.toByteArrays(new String[] { "", "more", "stuff",
      "" });
  splitresult = ByteUtil.split(source3, sep3);
  assertSplitResult(expected3, splitresult);

  // source with no separator
  byte[][] expected4 = Bytes.toByteArrays(new String[] { "singlesource" });
  splitresult = ByteUtil.split(source4, sep4);
  assertSplitResult(expected4, splitresult);

  // source with empty component
  byte[][] expected5 =
      Bytes.toByteArrays(new String[]{ "abc", "", "bcd"});
  splitresult = ByteUtil.split(source5, sep5);
  assertSplitResult(expected5, splitresult);

  byte[][] expected6 = new byte[][] {source6};
  splitresult = ByteUtil.split(source6, sep6);
  assertSplitResult(expected6, splitresult);
Example 3
Source Project: spork   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 2 votes vote down vote up
 * Helper to deal with fetching a result based on a cf:colname string spec
 * @param result
 * @param colName
 * @return
private static byte[] getColValue(Result result, String colName) {
    byte[][] colArray = Bytes.toByteArrays(colName.split(":"));
    return result.getValue(colArray[0], colArray[1]);