This topic describes the common terms of the Lindorm CQL syntax.

Term Definition in Lindorm Description
keyspace namespace The keyspace. Each keyspace contains multiple tables. The properties of a keyspace apply to all the tables in the keyspace.
table table The table. You must create a schema for a table when you create the table. The schema includes the columns and column types of the table.
PRIMARY KEY PRIMARY KEY The primary key. A primary key is used to uniquely identify the distribution of a data row. In Lindorm CQL, a primary key consists of a partition key and clustering columns.
partition key Component of a primary key A partition key is used in combination with clustering columns to form a primary key. The definition of primary keys in Lindorm CQL is different from the definition of primary keys in Cassandra CQL.
cluster column Component of a primary key Clustering columns are used in combination with a partition key to form a primary key.
regular colum COLUMN Non-primary key columns.
secondary index secondary index The secondary index. Lindorm CQL uses secondary indexes to accelerate the speed of queries.
search index search index Lindorm CQL support search indexes. You can implement multiple features based on search indexes. These features include multi-dimension queries, statistical analysis, and fuzzy match.