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From "mwn@monit.dk" <...@monit.dk>
Subject Re: New feature / educational project
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2011 07:53:45 GMT
I noticed :)

But the question was if such a feature could make it to the trunk - and as far as I see, there
is enough interest around this.

----- Reply message -----
From: "Tristan Tarrant" <tristan.tarrant@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Feb 9, 2011 05:56
Subject: New feature / educational project
To: <dev@cassandra.apache.org>

With Java 6 there is no need to add rhino as there already is the
javax.script package
Tristan
On Feb 8, 2011 9:56 PM, "Morten Wegelbye Nissen" <mwn@monit.dk> wrote:
> Hello mighty developers of Cassandra,
>
> I have been thinking of creating a feature like stored procedures for
> Cassandra.
> Concept is actually pretty simple add one of the javascript compilers. (
> Mozilla Rhino or one alike ). Save js source in a CF in the system
> keyspace. Add feature to thrift to invoke the code. Return just like
> get_slice.
> Needless to say that the execution environment needs access to the
> keyspaces and needs to be sandboxed. (ie. no access to filesystem etc. )
>
> On the cli it would be something like; > invoke myProc param1, param2,
> param3
>
> The alternative where the expansions, like the existing once, is done by
> implementing interfaces. Would require a rather complex distribution of
> jars.
>
> Now I might have the option to get this done as a educational project,
> where I after the project would like to release the code to freedom.
>
> Would a feature like that ever make it to the core of Cassandra?
>
> ./Morten
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