I think the behaviour is fine. There is a property called filterIfMissing in Single Columnvalue filter. If you don't need a row which does not have the given column and value in your query, then you should set that to true. See SingleColumnValueFilter.setFilterIfMissing. In your first result row6 should not be the result (strictly if you want only value1 with col1). You can see that it has col3 in the result.
In your second result too row6 falls under the same category. If a row has more than one cell and if we have found the matching cell, the following cells of that row will also be included in the result. I hope the same behavior is there in 0.94.11 also. (should be).
On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 2:37 PM, ashish singhi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
Re: Scan with SingleColumnValueFilterfilter giving wrong output