For how to do it with astyanax, you can see here...
Lines 310 and 335
For how to do with thrift, you could look at astyanax.
I use it on that project for indexing for the ORM layer we use(which is
not listed on the cassandra ORM's page as of yet ;) ).
On 8/2/12 9:50 AM, "Greg Fausak" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I've been using the cql3 to create a composite table.
>Can I use the thrift interface to accomplish the
>same thing? In other words, do I have to use cql 3 to
>get a composite table type? (The same behavior as
>multiple PRIMARY key columns).