Hi, I'm curious about n1ql and how it fits inside couchbase, my first thought was it used views from behind and was only a sugar for the "tradicional couchbase way" but it's hasn't totally sense because how couchbase would know how many views must create?..for example
I recently downloaded and ran the pre-built couch base server + sync gateway on ec2.
I have the server running and I can hit it at port 8091. I see in the home directory a sync_gateway.zip. I unzipped it and ran ./sync_gateway ~/config.json. The ports are set for the default gateway ports...
We are using couchbase as our nosql store and loving it for its capabilities.
There is however an issue that we are running in with creating associations
via view collation. This can be thought of akin to a join operation.
While our data sets are confidential I...
I have a "flagged" view that emits documents with a "f" property equal to 1. I'm simply using get_multi and set_multi to process 500 documents at a time from this view (code sets the "f" property to 0, adds the document to a dict, calls set_multi with this dict when all documents are processed...
NCBC-306: .NET GetJSON operation throws null reference exception
Add support for null values persisted for a key via the
CouchbaseClientExtensions.GetJson(…) method. This method will no
longer thrown a NullReferenceException when the value store for a
I would like to ask that why does the Couchbase .NET client require a view to make a query with startkey and endkey? It would be really great if we could get a "Get" method with startkey-endkey parameters.
It might be a bit awkward question, but we can query like this from the Couchbase...
Imagine a situation in which you have to exchange the content of two document, A and B. For example, as a real use case, this can occur in a game in which users can perform data exchange and this data is stored inside in two nodes: A contains all the data related to first user and B to the...
Is it planned to integrate document versioning in Couchbase in the future?
For example you could get the list of all versions of a document and choose which of them retrieve, e.g. get(docKey, docVer) ?