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Making Things Easier with Cassandra GUI 2.0

Cassandra GUI evolved from its first version and new version includes bug fixes and enhanced features.


New features.

  • Complete pagination for Row view of explorer
  • Search rows by their names. (Filtered on the fly as you type.)
  • Filtering non displayable data and label them with warnings.


Bug Fixes

  • Remote connection problem
  • Connect to Remote Cassandra server without restarting the server.


Start the Server

Extract the downloaded product and lets refer extracted folder as CARBON_HOME.

go to CARBON_HOME/bin and run sh wso2server.sh (linux) or

Log in to the admin console using https://localhost:9443/
default user name and password : admin, admin

Following screen shots include a quick flow on how it works.

1) Click connect to cluster on right hand side panel. Give connection URL and credentials (if there is any) to connect.

eg: URL = localhost:9160,  or

2) After a Successful connection you will be directed to keyspace listing page. Which will include Keyspaces and clickable column family names. Click on a Column Family to Explore data.

3) Row view Page.
After clicking the column family you have landed in the row view page. It includes rows of your column family and a slice of column data as a summary.

You can search, paginate or change no of items to filter your data. Click "view more" to explore a single row.

4) Column family view page will list all the columns in a single row. You can filter the data with column name,value or time stamp. full numbered pagination is available. 

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