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From David McNelis <>
Subject Re: CQL
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2013 18:20:34 GMT
In order to do a query like that you'll need to have a timestamp/date as
the second portion of the primary key.

You'll only be able to do queries where you already know the key.  Unless
you're using an OrderPreservingPartitioner, there is no way to get a
continuous set of information back based on the key for the row (the first
key if you have a multi-column primary key).

I suggest you take a read of this DataStax post about time series data:

Last, this is definitely a message better served by the user list and not
the dev list (which is primarily for communication about development
efforts of cassandra).

Good luck.

On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 1:06 PM, Sri Ramya <> wrote:

> Please can any body help me to solve the above problem. I stuck with that
> problem in my project. help me

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