Take a look at the  get_slice  function http://wiki.apache.org/cassandra/API

You could send one with a ColumnParent that only specifies the ColumnFamily and a SlicePredicate with a SliceRange where the start and finish values are empty strings. Set the count to an appropriate level to get them all (e.g. 1000) or make multiple calls.


Aaron


On 22 Jul, 2010,at 12:05 PM, Patricio EchagŁe <patricioe@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all, apologize before hand if this question sounds a bit dumb but I
don't see what API I should use (if there is any)

this is my model:

row key A:
SC_UUID_1:
Col1, Col2, Col3
SC_UUID_2:
Col1, Col2, Col3
SC_UUID_3:
Col1, Col2, Col3
SC_UUID_4:
Col1, Col2, Col3
SC_UUID_5:
Col1, Col2, Col3

SC_UUID(i) are random UUIDs.

Is there any way to read in one call from row A, the SC 2,3,4 with all
their columns? The amount of columns in every SuperColumn is not big
at all. normally less than 20.

Thanks
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Patricio-