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From "Shreyas Chandra Sekhar" <>
Subject RE: cql3 - adding two numbers in insert statement
Date Fri, 28 Apr 2017 12:47:30 GMT
Hi Alain,

Thanks for the reply. 

I figured out the issue. We are using Cassandra 2.x. Cassandra-stress tool of 2.x could not
handle upper case in its query. 

However this issue has been fixed in Cassandra 3.x stress tool. So used that binary of 3.x
and had to use command line options to convert from v4 to v3 to target Cassandra 2.x.




From: Alain RODRIGUEZ [] 
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2017 3:12 AM
Subject: Re: cql3 - adding two numbers in insert statement


Hi Shreyas,


It's good to paste the error if you want us to give you a quick and good answer. In this case
the table schema would have been helpful as well.


That being said, you are probably missing some quotes around the values for 'key' and 'column1'.




Alain Rodriguez - @arodream - <>



The Last Pickle - Apache Cassandra Consulting


2017-04-03 22:50 GMT+02:00 Shreyas Chandra Sekhar < <>


I am trying to generate a random value of certain length and use that as one of the value
in CQL3. Below is an example


INSERT INTO "KS"."CF" (key, column1, value) VALUES (613462303431313435313838306530667c6263317431756331,
2633174317563312f6f36, blobAsUuid(timeuuidAsBlob(now())) + 1000);


This errors, can anyone help with right syntax?





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