The following reproduces the problem.
First, create and populate a Hive table that uses the column name "_DIVISION_1_". (In Hive, one uses backticks to define delimited column names rather than double quotes as in standard SQL.):
hive> create table dave2( a int, `_DIVISION_1_` int)
> stored as textfile
Time taken: 0.122 seconds
hive> insert into dave2 values (1,2),(3,4),(5,6),(7,8);
Then, in Trafodion sqlci, attempt to create a random sample. This will fail:
>>update statistics for table hive.hive.dave2 create sample random 90 percent;
*** ERROR UPDATE STATISTICS for table HIVE.HIVE.DAVE2 encountered an error (4023) from statement Process_Query.
*** ERROR The degree of each row value constructor (1) must equal the degree of the target table column list (2).
*** ERROR The statement was not prepared.--- SQL operation failed with errors.
The probable cause of the problem is that "_DIVISION_1_" is assumed in Trafodion to be a derived column, but this assumption is incorrect for Hive tables.