This is a typical example of an index that is choosen by the user when
the user doesn't which index to choose or doesn't care about the actual
index. We cannot expect that a user is able to decide which one to
choose from serverChoice, anywhere, anyknown, anywhatsoever given the
discussion on this item. So I want to propose that if *one* of those
indexes is available that there should be *at least one* index name that
a client can count on without having to search in explain for subtle
differences in serverChoice, any, anywhere etc.
>>> [log in to unmask] 07-01-2005 16:24 >>>
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> Matthew J. Dovey
> Actually having written than, why isn't what you are doing an
> search (in that BasicIndex is an index not accessible by CQL?)
Because anyKnown is a misnomer. It is actually everyKnown and that
isn't what my BasicIndex is.