Hi There – I'm wondering if you can clarify something. When I run a query and use aliasing it seems to ignore indexes, and of course runs incredibly slowly. See the two queries below – essentially the same query, but the first does not use aliases, while the second one does. You can see from the...
I had been using Couchbase 2.0.1 on my home and laptop computers (both OSX 10.8.5) with no problem for many months and then suddenly my laptop stopped working. Specifically the ability to use PHP to get or set documents in buckets started returning a "segment fault 11".
I've successfully built a RubyMotion app where I can manage documents. Looking at CBLModel, however, it uses declare properties which is something that's not done in ruby. Are there method calls that can be used to define model attributes explicitly?
Hi, I have Couchbase Server and Couchbase Lite database which were synchronized continuously. Now I want to delete some documents at device, but I don't want it synchronizes with server (the documents which are deleted on device but still have on server). How can I do it?
I would like to have the data files for each bucket on different volumes so that they can be tuned for the workload expected for that bucket. Is this supported and/or do you think this is a valid tuning approach?
I would like to deploy my app which used Couchbase Node.js SDK to AWS OpsWorks. Since the 'couchnode' module can't be installed simply using npm package, should I install this module manually on the Amazon VM?
If I submit a cas with a non-existent key I would expect to receive CASResponse.NOT_FOUND but am receiving CASResponse.OK instead. Is this a bug? The use case is a test we created for a cas operation on either a non-existent key or a key that has expired from the cache.