Implementations of BatchDeleter support efficient deletion of ranges in accumulo.
In exchange for possibly returning scanned entries out of order, BatchScanner implementations may scan an Accumulo table more efficiently by Looking up multiple ranges in parallel.
Send Mutations to a single Table in Accumulo.
ConditionalWriter provides the ability to do efficient, atomic read-modify-write operations on rows.
This class represents the information a client needs to know to connect to an instance of accumulo.
This class enables efficient batch writing to multiple tables.
Scans a table over a given range.
This class hosts configuration methods that are shared between different types of scanners.
This object holds configuration settings used to instantiate a
Contains a list of property keys recognized by the Accumulo client and convenience methods for setting them.
A scanner that instantiates iterators on the client side instead of on the tablet server.
Connector connects to an Accumulo instance and allows the user to request readers and writers for the instance as well as various objects that permit administrative operations.
A scanner that presents a row isolated view of an accumulo table.
Configure an iterator for minc, majc, and/or scan.
A convenience class for passing column family and column qualifiers to iterator configuration methods.
Group Key/Value pairs into Iterators over rows.
An implementation of instance that looks in zookeeper to find information needed to connect to an instance of accumulo.
The value for the durability of a BatchWriter or ConditionalWriter.
A generic Accumulo Exception for general accumulo failures.
An Accumulo Exception for security violations, authentication failures, authorization failures, etc.
Communicate the failed mutations of a BatchWriter back to the client.
Thrown when the namespace specified already exists, and it was expected that it didn't
Thrown when the namespace specified contains tables
Thrown when the namespace specified doesn't exist when it was expected to
This exception is thrown if a table is deleted after an operation starts.
Thrown when the table specified already exists, and it was expected that it didn't
Thrown when the table specified doesn't exist when it was expected to
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