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Information about Cassandra Database

 
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Hello Everyone,

I am new here in this Java Ranch.

I saw some post and i found some good solutions for my work that's why i Joined this Ranch. Feeling good.

Any way friends I am planning to do one Java project with the help of Google Web Toolkit and I am planning to use database as Cassandra.

I need some guidance about Cassandra.

Advance Thank you.

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Regards,
Amey.
 
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What you are looking for exactly? Cassandra overview? Different types of queries? How to access Cassandra?
 
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Hi

This is Linda and I'm new too to the forum. Java, I'm struggling a lot with it, but as my work demands, I'll have to learn it somehow and so joined here. Help me out guys!
 
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linda martin wrote:Hi

This is Linda and I'm new too to the forum. Java, I'm struggling a lot with it, but as my work demands, I'll have to learn it somehow and so joined here. Help me out guys!


And your question is ..?
 
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Datastax is the main contributor for Cassandra. You might find pretty good tutorial over their web site (or maybe in youtube and other websites. For example to create a HA cluster http://www.datastax.com/docs/0.8/install/cluster_init ).
 
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Hello,

You should try this Cassandra Tutorial after your all problem clear than another issue you can contact here & I share some information for Cassandra database related you should check this:-
I’d like to add another important thing you should know. At some point, Cassandra came with some new features, e.g. “lightweight transactions”. This sounds like a great tool at first but comes with a huge tradeoff. Think of something like “INSERT … IF NOT EXISTS” in a 100 node cluster with a quorum of 5 or so. This means your call will go round to 5 servers to check if any of them has value. This is the anti-pattern per se. Do not use this functionality! There’s SQL for such things. I don’t understand why they put time into developing this.

 
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Welcome to the Ranch

I read the first page of that tutorial and wasn't at all impressed, I am afraid. Did you write it yourself?
 
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Hey,

Here you can find the overview, scope, online tutorials series and online course with expert based about Cassandra
 
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