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From Chris Mildebrandt <ch...@woodenrhino.com>
Subject "Group by" while limiting a clustering column with a range
Date Tue, 10 Apr 2018 23:12:31 GMT
Hey all. I’m trying to use a range to limit a clustering column while at
the same time using `group by` and running into issues. Here’s a sample
table:
create table if not exists samples (name text, partition int, sample int,
city text, state text, count counter, primary key ((name, partition),
sample, city, state)) with clustering order by (sample desc);

When I filter `sample` by a range, I get an error:
select city, state, sum(count) from samples where name='bob' and
partition=1 and sample>=1 and sample<=3 group by city, state;
InvalidRequest: Error from server: code=2200 [Invalid query] message="Group
by currently only support groups of columns following their declared order
in the PRIMARY KEY"

However, it allows the query when I change from a range to an equals:
select city, state, sum(count) from samples where name='bob' and
partition=1 and sample=1 group by city, state;

 city   | state | system.sum(count)
--------+-------+-------------------
 Austin |    TX |                 2
 Denver |    CO |                 1

Does this sound like a bug, or is it expected? Thanks.

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