When not using OOP, you should not use something like
'CATEGORY/' as the end key.
Use the empty string as the end key and limit the number of
returned keys, as you did with
the 'max' value.
If I understand correctly, the end key is used to generate an
end token by hashing it, and
there is not the same correspondence between 'CATEGORY' and
'CATEGORY/' as for
hash('CATEGORY') and hash('CATEGORY/').
At least, this was the explanation I gave myself when I had
the same problem.
The solution is to iterate through the keys by always using
the last key returned as the
start key for the next call to get_range_slices, and the to
drop the first element from
The previous thread where we discussed this is called, "key is
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 2:56 PM, David Boxenhorn <email@example.com>
I'm not using OPP. But I was assured on earlier threads (I
asked several times to be sure) that it would work as stated below: the
results would not be ordered, but they would be correct.
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 2:51 PM, Torsten Curdt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sounds like you are not using an order preserving
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 13:48, David Boxenhorn <email@example.com
> Range search on keys is not working for me. I was assured
in earlier threads
> that range search would work, but the results
would not be ordered.
> I'm trying to get all the rows that
start with "CATEGORY."
> I'm doing:
start = "CATEGORY.";
keyspace.getSuperRangeSlice(columnParent, slicePredicate, start,
> in a loop,
setting start to the last key each time - but I'm getting rows
that don't start with "CATEGORY."!!
> How do I get all rows
that start with