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The MySQL Cluster API Developer Guide
Document generated on: 2010-11-04 (revision: 23557)
This guide provides information for developers wishing to develop applications against MySQL Cluster. These include:
The low-level C++-language NDB API
for the MySQL
NDBCLUSTER storage engine
the C-language MGM API for communicating with and controlling MySQL Cluster management servers
The MySQL Cluster Connector for Java, which is a a collection of Java APIs introduced in MySQL Cluster NDB 7.1 for writing applications against MySQL Cluster, including JDBC, JPA, and ClusterJ.
This Guide includes concepts, terminology, class and function
references, practical examples, common problems, and tips for
using these APIs in applications. It also contains information
about NDB internals that may be of interest to developers
NDBCLUSTER, such as
communication protocols employed between nodes, filesystems used
by data nodes, and error messages.
The information presented in this guide is current for recent MySQL Cluster NDB 6.2, NDB 6.3, NDB 7.0, and NDB 7.1 releases. You should be aware that there have been significant changes in the NDB API, MGM API, and other particulars in MySQL Cluster versions since MySQL 5.1.12.
Table of Contents
NDBTransaction and Scanning API
NdbRecordwith Hash Indexes
DUMPCodes 1 to 999
DUMPCodes 1000 to 1999
DUMPCodes 2000 to 2999
DUMPCodes 3000 to 3999
DUMPCodes 4000 to 4999
DUMPCodes 5000 to 5999
DUMPCodes 6000 to 6999
DUMPCodes 7000 to 7999
DUMPCodes 8000 to 8999
DUMPCodes 9000 to 9999
DUMPCodes 10000 to 10999
DUMPCodes 11000 to 11999
DUMPCodes 12000 to 12999