One thing I have noticed is that when you query via the cli with an invalid "assume" you no longer get the MarshalException beyond 0.8.1, it just states "null"
Yeah I figured out what happened. I inadvertently set the keys to utf8 on the column family:assume ColumnFamily keys as utf8;which broke whichever default mechanism was in place to perform the colon separated values for the Composite key. When I restarted cassandra-cli, the query worked again.Any idea what type the key is on a Composite key such that I may be able to re-assume it?AnthonyOn Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 2:21 PM, Jonathan Ellis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Sounds like you need to specify a key_validation_class so the cli
knows how to encode the key. (It used to assume keys were always
On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 4:02 PM, Anthony Ikeda
> Is there currently a way to query a composite key in cassandra-cli?
> I was sure I used to be able to call:
> get ColumnFamily['comp1:comp2']
> But this has recently stopped working.
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