Implementation of the possibility of "subscribe"
jdaily at basho.com
Tue Jan 27 09:51:29 EST 2015
And to answer your original question more directly: no, Riak does not make
update events visible to clients. As Alexander indicates, you're going to
have to implement something extra.
On Monday, January 26, 2015, Alexander Sicular <siculars at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, the general case would be when the client returns a successful write
> you do something. It's just a question of where you do the processing, in
> Riak via a pre/post commit hook or in application space in a client.
> Sent from my iRotaryPhone
> On Jan 24, 2015, at 08:55, Никита Нежевский <empthynickname at gmail.com
> Thank you for your reply, I will try to use post-commit hooks. But is it
> possible to realize this possibility at riak-erlang-client?
> Sat Jan 24 2015 at 0:12:57, John Daily <jdaily at basho.com
>> You may wish to take a look at the support for post-commit hooks:
>> On Jan 23, 2015, at 1:54 PM, Никита Нежевский <empthynickname at gmail.com
>> > Hello.
>> > I've used riak for online processing of incoming data and faced with
>> > I've used riak-erlang client. It has a function that allows to get all
>> keys that are in the bucket. But I'd like to receive data continuously as
>> thay arrive (that is to realize a subscribe)
>> > I asked this question on SO and got the answer that the standart tools
>> to do it will not work.
>> > I'd like to realize this opportunity. Is it possible to do this by
>> modifying the riak-erlang-clent?
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