The type of a Cassandra write query.
A default write type supported by the driver out of the box.
Thrown when a query attempts to create a keyspace or table that already exists.
Thrown when the coordinator was bootstrapping when it received a query.
A server-side error thrown by the coordinator node in response to a driver request.
An error during the execution of a CQL function.
Indicates that a query is invalid because of some configuration problem.
Indicates a syntactically correct, but invalid query.
Thrown when the coordinator reported itself as being overloaded.
Indicates that the contacted node reported a protocol error.
A failure to reach the required consistency level during the execution of a query.
A server-side error thrown when a valid query cannot be executed.
A server-side error thrown when a query cannot be executed because it is syntactically incorrect, invalid or unauthorized.
A non-timeout error during a read query.
A server-side timeout during a read query.
Indicates that the contacted node reported an internal error.
A syntax error in a query.
An error during a truncation operation.
Indicates that a query cannot be performed due to the authorization restrictions of the logged user.
Thrown when the coordinator knows there is not enough replicas alive to perform a query with the requested consistency level.
A non-timeout error during a write query.
A server-side timeout during a write query.
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