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naraen.grm_191651 asked Erick Ramirez edited

Is there any known pitfall with the Java driver?

Are there any known pitfall in the "datastax-driver" library? cqlsh is sometimes stuck and the process shall be killed to help it out.

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@naraen.grm_191651, thank you for posting your question on the community here, but I think there are quite a lot of missing details on here to help triage this issue you're facing on here. If you could please provide additional details about the language and version of the DataStax driver, version of Apache Cassandra™ or DataStax Enterprise (DSE) that you're working on here along with screenshots, logs (system & debug), snippets of code that you're executing and steps to reproduce this, this will make the triage a bit easier.

On a general note, DataStax CQL Drivers and Cassandra Query Language Shell - cqlsh are totally two different things.

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Erick Ramirez answered Erick Ramirez edited

No, there is not. Thousands of organisations use the Java driver every day for their production systems.

cqlsh is just another client just like any other application. In my years of experience, I've never come across a situation where it gets "stuck". I would suggest you report it with the minimal steps to reproduce the problem although I would suspect that it is environmental given it's the first time I've heard of it. Cheers!

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