F. Map the Hive datasource in Campaign

This is the sixth and final step to integrate HCL® Campaign with Hive-based Apache Hadoop data sources.

Before you begin

About this task

Mapping user tables makes external data sources accessible in Campaign. A typical user table contains information about your company's customers, prospects, or products, for use in marketing campaigns. You must map any data sources that you configured to make that data accessible to processes in flowcharts.


  1. Select Settings > Campaign Settings > Manage Table Mappings.
  2. In the Table Mappings dialog, click Show User Tables.
  3. Click New Table. The New Table Definition dialog opens.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Select Map to Existing Table in Selected Database.
  6. Select the BigDataODBCHive datasource, then click Next.
  7. Follow the prompts to map the table, as explained in the HCL Campaign Administrator's Guide.

What to do next

You have completed the installation and configuration process. HCL Campaign flowchart designers can now select Hive-based Hadoop data sources in processes. For example, a Select process can query a Hive-based data source to target customer data for a marketing campaign.