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From tomk <rrrtomtom...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: re: querying, sql performance of apache ignite
Date Thu, 14 Apr 2016 18:29:28 GMT
I think that I unclearly showed my case:
1. I have timestamp, something of form: 2001-01-21-21:31:12.121. Now I am
going to set it as key. Tell me, 
Will it be possible to load cache all rows with timestamp from 2000 year to
2001 ?
We know, that given the fact that key is timestamp then
get('2001-01-21-21:31:12.121') load row from database into cache (RAM).
However, is it possible to load all rows from 2000-2001 in similar way ?

2. Assuming that my key is not only timestamp, but timestamp and integer
(two value key). Is it possible the same thing as in quesion one (note, that
I don't give value for key integer)

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