The ALLOW FILTERING option allows to explicitly allow queries that require filtering. Please note that a query using ALLOW FILTERING may thus have unpredictable performance (for the definition above), i.e. even a query that selects a handful of records may exhibit performance that depends on the total amount of data stored in the cluster.
Indicates that the property or field is part of the Clustering Key
Indicates that the property or field is a counter column
Represents a Linq query (UPDATE/INSERT/DELETE) that gets evaluated as a CQL statement.
Represents an INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE command with support for Lightweight transactions.
Represents a set of functions that are defined at CQL level
Represents an INSERT statement
Contains methods to use as Linq operators.
Represents a Linq query that gets evaluated as a CQL statement.
Represents an IQueryable that returns the first column of the first rows
Specifies that the field or property should be ignored by Linq
Indicates that the property or field is part of the Partition Key
Determines that there is a secondary index defined for the column
Indicates that the property or field is a static column
A Linq IQueryProvider that represents a table in Cassandra
Specifies table information for a given class