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From "Hiller, Dean" <>
Subject Re: Returning A Generated Id From An Insert
Date Tue, 26 Mar 2013 19:56:10 GMT
Not really but things like PlayOrm generate your id for you and set your
id when you have @NoSqlId (that is, if you are in java).


On 3/26/13 1:42 PM, "Gareth Collins" <> wrote:

>I have a question on if I could do something in Cassandra similar to
>what I can do in SQL.
>In SQL (e.g. SQL Server), if I have a generated primary key, I can get
>the generated primary key
>back as a result for the insert statement.
>Is it possible to do something similar with CQL (e.g. could I be
>returned the generated timeuuid from
>now() somehow?). It certainly makes my client code cleaner if this
>were possible (it is a "nice to have").
>thanks in advance,

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