You can develop applications and tools using Riak TS with the Riak Go client. This document covers the Go API for Riak TS.
You will need to use version 1.7.0 or later of the Go client to use the TS API.
TS support within the Go client is implemented through the following 5 command builders, each with a factory:
TsColumnDescription- Holds the data that describes a column
TsCell- Holds the data and data type
Row- A slice of cells
Data Type Details
A TsColumnDescription contains the column name and column data type. They are generated when receiving responses from the
A cell contains a piece of data for a row in a Riak TS table and can hold 5 different types of raw data:
Varchar- standard Go string
SInt64- any signed 64-bit integers
Double- any 64-bit floating point number
Timestamp- any Unix epoch timestamp as int64
Boolean- a true/false value.
A cell is constructed by using one of the cell factory methods for the various data types.
cell := NewStringTsCell("South Atlantic")
cell := NewSint64TsCell(42816067)
cell := NewDoubleTsCell(49.0)
cell := NewBooleanTsCell(true)
cell := NewTimestampTsCell(time.Now())- from a time.Time object, will be converted to UTC for you
cell := NewTimestampTsCellFromInt64(1443806900000)- from a unix timestamp
cell := nil- represents a
struct getters to retrieve the cell value and the value’s data type.
A row contains a slice of cells, e.g.
row := make(TsCell, 5)
Have a boolean response value to signal if the operation was successful.
IsNotFound a flag for if the row was found, a
TsColumnDescription describing the table’s columns, and a
TsCell providing the row data.
TsQueryResponse containing a
TsColumnDescription describing the table’s columns and a
TsCell providing the data for each row.
TsListKeysResponse containing a
TsCell with each outer slice element representing a Primary Key for a row.