NetCassandraBeans - plugin detail

Initial support for Cassandra, consisting of a Cassandra cluster browser.

NetBeans Plugin - NetCassandraBeans
Plugin owner: geertjan
Website: blogs.oracle.com/geertjan
Added: 2015-07-27
License: CDDL
Category: Databases
Downloaded: 2,082 times
Rating:
 4.53, by 2 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 4.13 MB   Last Update: 2016-03-17

What's new in this version

8.1 version of the plugin, which supports Cassandra 3.x, as well as 2.x, puts the Cassandra node under the Databases node, authentication included (thanks Richard Lowery), "Rename" menu item on Cluster node, and icons look better.

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Download plugin   Download size: 3.79 MB   Last Update: 2015-07-27

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Introduction

Start Cassandra 3.x or 2.x externally -- the plugin assumes Cassandra is already started up. After installing this plugin into NetBeans IDE 8.1, open the Services window (Ctrl-5), right-click the Cassandra node, fill in a host, and a port, and then browse the Cluster. Authentication is included, to be used optionally. Double-click a user database to view its values in a table.

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User Comments

  

Java with NbCassandra

I installed correctly the plugin NetCassandraBeans and get access to my cluster in the Services window after lunching the Cassandra node.

The problem is when I try to write my java code and instantiate the cluster using "Cluster cluster;", I still have the error “can not find symbol class Cluster” as likethe plugin is not installed.
Posted by Rose_83 on Nov 25, 2017
  

Scan Changes

I created a keyspace in cmd and it's not updating the services window in netbeans.
Posted by ivanmiiranda on Nov 23, 2016
  

Github repo

https://github.com/GeertjanWielenga/NetCassandraBeans

if someone wants to contribute.
Posted by ChrisLE on Mar 08, 2016
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