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Re: Stargate: ScannerModel

One other thingÅ 

re:  "I tried using rowFilter but it is quite slow."

If you didn't use startRow/stopRow for the Scan you will be filtering all
the rows in the table (albiet on the RS, but stillÅ  all the rows)

On 6/28/12 4:56 AM, "N Keywal" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>(moving this to the user mailing list, with the dev one in bcc)
>
>From what you said it should be
>
>customerid_MIN_TX_ID to customerid_MAX_TX_ID
>But only if customerid size is constant.
>
>Note that with this rowkey design there will be very few regions
>involved, so it's unlikely to be parallelized.
>
>N.
>
>
>On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 7:43 AM, sameer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I want to what are the parameters for scan.setStartRow ans
>>scan.setStopRow.
>>
>> My requirement is that I have a table, with key as
>>customerid_transactionId.
>>
>> I want to scan all the rows, they key of which contains the customer Id
>>that
>> I have.
>>
>> I tried using rowFilter but it is quite slow.
>>
>> If I am using the scan - setStartRow and setStopRow then what would I
>>give
>> as parameters?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Sameer
>>
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