I would recommend starting with a higher level client like Hector or Astyanax http://wiki.apache.org/cassandra/ClientOptions
They have *a lot* of features and will make it easier to focus on learning how to use Cassandra. Then when you know what you like or do not like about the existing clients, try to improve them or write your own.
Hope that helps.
On 2/04/2012, at 11:12 PM, Rishabh Agrawal wrote:
I have just started exploring Cassandra from java side and using wish to use thrift as my api. The problem is whenever is I try to compile my java code I get following error :
“package org.slf4j does not exist”
Can anyone help me with this.
Thanks and Regards
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