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Richard DeVita 2013-08-19, 20:28
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William Slacum 2013-08-19, 20:44
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Re: How do I use scan
Are you familiar with the RegExFilter?
http://affy.blogspot.com/2013/03/exampe-using-accumulos-regexfilter-class.htmlhas
an example.
On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 4:44 PM, William Slacum <
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> You could use an indexing strategy such as a term index or a sharded index.
> I know there's an example for the sharded index packaged with Accumulo.
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> On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 4:28 PM, Richard DeVita <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> wrote:
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> > I have Accumulo version 1.4.3
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> > I wrote a java program to create an accumulo table from a csv file of
> call
> > data records
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> > columns in csv file are:  callingPhone, calledPhone startTime crd-id
> > The crd id is unique. there are multiple records for callingPhone and
> > calledPhone
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> > Created a table with :
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> > row ID  = crd-id
> > family = attribute
> > qualifiers are  callingPhone,  calledPhone, startTime
> > value is the  phone number or start time
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> > each line in the cdv file has three records in the accumulo table
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> > I have a java programs that reads the table.   how do I retrieve the
> > records
> > for a specific Phone number?
> > that is all records where callingPhone = 123 456 7890
> > and get all three parts ?
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> > Thank You
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Jared Winick 2013-08-19, 22:07
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