Connect to Apache Cassandra using Java

To connect to Cassandra in Java, you will need to include the Cassandra driver in your project. Here is an example of how you can do this:

    • Download the Cassandra Java driver from the Apache Cassandra website or from Maven Central.
    • Add the driver to your project. If you are using Maven, you can include the following dependency in your pom.xml file:
    • Import the driver classes in your Java code
    • Create a Cluster object and use it to create a Session object.
    • You can now use the session object to execute Cassandra queries
    • When you are finished with the session, you should close it to free up resources:

Full Example

Insert Data into Cassandra

The above program inserts two rows into a table named pg_table, with values for the id and name columns. You can specify different values for the id and name columns in each INSERT query to insert multiple rows.

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