This is a wrapper around the DataStax C++ driver for Cassandra. It aims to be 100% safe with minimal overhead added
Create a Statement from a query string, automatically counting
Iterates over the aggregate metadata entries(??)
Metadata about a cassandra aggregate
A group of statements that are executed as a single batch. Note: Batches are not supported by the binary protocol version 1.
A future representing the result of a Cassandra driver operation.
The result of a query.
A result object is read-only and is thread-safe to read or iterate over
concurrently, since we do not bind any setters (e.g.,
The main class to use when interacting with a Cassandra cluster. Typically, one instance of this class will be created for each separate Cassandra cluster that your application interacts with.
Iterater over the columns's metadata entries(??)
Custom payloads not fully supported yet
Any cassandra datatype
The Error type.
A field's metadata
Iterater over the field's metadata entries(??)
Iterater over the function metadata entries(??)
The metadata for a function
Cassandra's version of an IP address
Iterater over the keyspace's metadata entries(??)
A snapshot of the schema's metadata.
A cassandra list collection
A Cassandra Map
An iterator over the k/v pair in the map
A statement that has been prepared against at least one Cassandra node. Instances of this class should not be created directly, but through Session.prepare().
The selected retry policy
A collection of column values. Read-only, so thread-safe.
A snapshot of the schema's metadata
A session object is used to execute queries and maintains cluster state through the control connection. The control connection is used to auto-discover nodes and monitor cluster changes (topology and schema). Each session also maintains multiple /pools of connections to cluster nodes which are used to query the cluster.
A Cassandra set
Iterater over the set's metadata entries(??)
Describes the SSL configuration of a cluster.
A statement object is an executable query. It represents either a regular (adhoc) statement or a prepared statement. It maintains the queries' parameter values along with query options (consistency level, paging state, etc.)
Iterater over the table's metadata entries(??)
Generators of client-side, microsecond-precision timestamps. Note: This generator is thread-safe and can be shared by multiple sessions.
A tuple of values.
A user defined type
Iterater over the fields of a UDT
Version 1 (time-based) or version 4 (random) UUID.
A UUID generator object.
A single primitive value or a collection of values.
A type of batch.
A Cassandra failure error code.
A Cassandra consistency level.
The kind of an error.
The possible logging levels that can be set.
The individual SSL verification levels.
The type of a Cassandra value.
Auto inferencing conversion from c* to rust
All Rust types that can be bound to a cassandra statement //FIXME not yet implemented Any rust type that can have a default bind implementation
A generic Cassandra collection that needs to go away
Additional methods for
Sets the log level.
Set or unset a logger to receive all Cassandra driver logs.
A CQL protocol version is just an integer.
Convenient wrapper around