Viewing the List of Tables

Describes how to view the list of tables using either the Control System or the CLI.

Viewing the Tables in a Volume Using the Control System

  1. Log in to the Control System and click Data > Tables to view all the volumes to which you have access.
    Note: This option is not applicable on the Kubernetes version of the Control System.
    For each volume, the pane displays the following:
    Column Name Column Description
    Name The name of the volume.
    Type The type. Value can be:
    • — Volume
    • — Directory
    • — Table
    Owner The name of the owner.
    Last Modified The last modification date and timestamp.
  2. Click on the name of the volume (to browse to the path to the table) or enter the name of the volume in the text field.
    The tables in the selected volume display. If necessary, click the name of the directory to browse further or to return to All volumes view.

Viewing a Table by Table Path Using the Control System

  1. Log in to the Control System and click Data > Tables.
    Note: This option is not applicable on the Kubernetes version of the Control System.
  2. Enter the path to the table and click GO.
    The tables information page for the specified table displays.

Listing the Tables in a Directory From the Command-line

Method for Binary Tables Only (HBase Shell)

After starting the HBase shell, run the list command. Include the directory path in the command if you want to list tables that are not in your home directory. Type help to see a list of commands and their syntax.

Retrieving a Table by Table Path Using the CLI or the REST API

To retrieve table details for a table by specifying the table path from the CLI, run the following command:

maprcli table info -path <table-path>

For information on this command, see table info.