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    Michael Rys commented  · 

    Visual Studio is currently not focusing on administration tasks such as setting ACLs. What ACLs are you interested in? On job queue? Folders/Files? Databases? All of them?

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    Michael Rys commented  · 

    Thanks for your suggestion. At the moment we are shipping a sample JSON (and XML) toolkit that includes extracting from JSON files. You can find it in the sample GitHub directory at http://usql.io. I would like to ask you to use it and tell us about your experience with it. We are planning on using the early feedback on the toolkit to improve it before making it native.

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    Michael Rys commented  · 

    Dear Kang Thanks for the request. For most extractors, users are interested in the actual content of the file and not the compressed version, thus we do not give you currently control. Since we talked offline, I understand your scenario and we provided you with a workaround.

    I am interested in hearing about other scenarios where someone would like to write a custom extractor on a .gz file without doing decompression.

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    Michael Rys commented  · 

    Thanks for the comment Gaurav. Is this request the same as in https://feedback.azure.com/forums/327234-azure-data-lake/suggestions/10433910-preview-the-contents-of-a-u-sql-table-without-havi ?

    Or do you want to have an interactive way to just say SELECT * FROM Table (or any other query) and have the result passed back through some API (such as ODBC, JDBC, REST API, ADO.Net)?

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    Michael Rys commented  · 

    Hi Amit, I forwarded your request to the tools team. Until such a feature is added, may I suggest to break your script into logical items and implement them with views, table-valued functions and procedures?

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    under review  ·  Saveen responded

    Thanks for the feedback Tom.

    If I understand this scenario correctly, you want to be able to use a U-SQL Catalog almost like a NuGet feed? So that for example, someone could pull and register assemblies into their VS Projects from a U-SQL Catalog. Do I have that right?

    Michael Rys commented  · 

    I was reading it more like that you use Nuget to share the code and then have an easy way to deploy the assembly package into your own data lake account. But maybe going both ways is even better :).

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