We just wanted to benchmark data insertion rates on the Cassandra store, so we started with using Thrift API. Is Hector considered better than Thrift because its better documented and intuitive that Thrift ? Any downside to it, as Thrift is a low level API to Cassandra. I hope that Hector provides the same functionality.
Why are you using Thrift from java instead of Hector?
On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 8:34 AM, Atul Gosain <email@example.com> wrote:
> Im really confused about using ColumnPath in thrift java interface. Most of the examples provide create the ColumnPath with 3 parameters, whereas the latest thrift api has ColumnPath with one parameter only.
> If ColumnPath can be thought of as directory structure or path to the column, then how can we specify that path. I see that we can provide a supercolumn and that too as byte. What does this mean ?
> Im getting very confused about the usage of thrift API. Is there any good information which is up to date and clearly shows usage of these API's. I have gone thru the Articles and Presentation pages of Cassandra.
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