Materialized IH Summaries are automatically managed for you. On initial materialization (bootstrap stage), the system scans IH to establish the starting point for the aggregation and stores the result in Cassandra. As subsequent IH entries are captured, the data is automatically sent to the aggregation data set to keep the aggregation current and automatically managed.
Can I ask why you would like to know the name of the table? This is not meant to be exposed as a table, but as a service within your decisioning canvas. It is a managed object that should not be messed with and its structure can change as the software evolves.
Same for TTL, the lifecyle of summarized data is managed for you based on the definition of the IH Summary.
Sure, I asked the question, because; I want to learn how the process works all of details. We use external Cassandra.One of time; cassandra team shared of the tables on Cassandra db with us and we noticed that we don't know the name of most tables, why they were created and the content..
We had a problem with Cassandra data size recently. We had to change TTL (from 30 days to 14 days) for inbound and outbound interactions' records. This is one of the main reasons for both my questions. As far as I know; we don't update in Cassandra. We are throwing a new record for each new information that occurs. There will also be updates for the information we use in IH Summary; and this means new records for each customer. If we know the name of the table, we can see the size of the table with CSQL and intervene when necessary. How can I learn this information?