Using Thrift, we are allowed to specify different TTL values for each columns in a row.
But CQL3 doesn't provide a way for this.
For instance, this is allowed:
INSERT INTO users (user_name, password, gender, state) VALUES ('xamry2, 'aaaaaa', 'm', 'UP') using TTL 50000;
But something like this is not achievable:
INSERT INTO users (user_name, password, gender, state) VALUES ('xamry' using TTL 33333, 'aaaaaa' using TTL 4444, 'm' using TTL 1111, 'UP' using TTL 6666);
Why is such inconsistency. Should we not be able to achieve this using CQL looking at the fact that CQL usage is encouraged as a replacement for Thrift.
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