Thanks Petrov I will read what you sent a link to. I am trying to find out what capability CQL wise is truely available in order to determine my end state for my data model.
 
Last night after I discovered the cashing issues that affected queries I was able to create two queries one to get a list of ids then from that built up the IN list for the second query to get detail data from a master column family. Prevously in SQL Server I would use one query using IN and nested select. Hopefully tonight I will be able to compare the performance of the two.
 
Regards,
-Tony
 
 

From: Oleksandr Petrov <oleksandr.petrov@gmail.com>
To: user@cassandra.apache.org
Sent: Monday, July 8, 2013 5:51 AM
Subject: Re: CQL and IN

Hi Tony, you can check out a guide here: http://clojurecassandra.info/articles/kv.html which explains pretty most of things you need to know about queries for starters. 

It includes CQL code examples, just disregard Clojure ones, there's nothing strictly Clojure-driver specific in that guide.


On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 12:18 AM, Rui Vieira <ruidevieira@googlemail.com> wrote:
You can use the actual item_ids however, 

Select * from items Where item_id IN (1, 2, 3, ..., n)


On 4 July 2013 23:16, Rui Vieira <ruidevieira@googlemail.com> wrote:
CQL does not support sub-queries.


On 4 July 2013 22:53, Tony Anecito <adanecito@yahoo.com> wrote:
Hi All,
 
I am using the DataStax driver and got prepared to work. When I tried to use the "IN" keyword with a SQL it did not work. According to DataStax IN should work.
 
So if I tried:
 
Select * from items Where item_id IN (Select item_id FROM users where user_id = ?)
 
 
Thanks for the feedback.
-Tony





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