I'm totally new to Cassandra, but as far as I know there is no way of getting just the keys that are in the
database, they are not stored separately but only with the data itself.
Why do you want a list of keys, what are you going to use them for? Maybe there is another way of solving
What you are describing, getting all the keys/rows for a given column sounds like you have to fetch all the
data that you have and then filter every key on your column, I don't think that get_key_range will do that for
you even, says that it takes column_family, but like I said I'm totally new
Erik2010/2/2 Sébastien Pierre <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi all,I would like to know how to retrieve the list of available keys available for a specific column. There is the get_key_range method, but it is only available when using the OrderPreservingPartitioner -- I use a RandomPartitioner.
Does this mean that when using a RandomPartitioner, you cannot see which keys are available in the database ?-- Sébastien