I do not think you can put all your queries into the row key without duplicating the data for each query. However, this would be more last resort.
Have you checked out phoenix for Hbase? This might suit your needs. It makes it much simpler, because it provided sql on top of Hbase.
Nevertheless, Hive could also be a viable alternative depending on how often you run queries etc
Query will be something like that1. how many users visited 1 BHK flat in last 1 hour in given particular area2. how many visitor for flats in give area3. list all user who bought given property in last 30 daysFurther it may go too complex involving multiple parameters in my query.The problem is HBase is designing row key to get this data efficiently.Since I have multiple fields to query upon base may not be a good choice?i dont dont to iterate the result set which Hbase returns and give the result because this will kill the performance?On 23 July 2015 at 01:02, Jörn Franke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Can you provide an example of an and query ? If you do just look-up you should try Hbase/ phoenix, otherwise you can try orc with storage index and/or compression, but this depends on how your queries look like
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