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From Jason Rutherglen <>
Subject Re: Scan for keyword
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2011 18:46:15 GMT
The most efficient system would be to implement a secondary [inverted]
index on the Accumulo data.

May there is a Coprocessor like API that would allow this type of
functionality to be implemented?

On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 1:12 PM, Joey Daughtery
<> wrote:
> All
> I am new to Accumulo.  I have figured out how to store the data, load all
> based on scanning with new Range(), and loading a specific row based on new
> Range(id).  However, if I want to locate a row that has a specific value, I
> am not sure how to approach this programmatically.  Can someone give me some
> insight on how to do such a scan?
> Also, I have seen several examples of how to populate the Mutation object.
> Specifically, I see:
> mut.put(new Text("column"), new Text("NAME"), timestamp, new Value("John");
> OR
> mut.put(new Text("NAME"), new Text("John"), timestamp, new Value("John);
> Could someone indicate which is the correct way to store the data or
> indicate why one would use one approach over the other?
> Thanks
> Joe

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