I'm trying to write a Reduce function that does some operations on the values retrieved from MAP function.
For this I need to loop through the values and add some characters in between the results, something like:
Can someone provide an example, of how someone using a REST tool, for example Rest console, of postman, could retrieve a value stored in a bucket, by providing key,bucket credentials,or/and server credentials?
thanks in advance
I have a couchbase installation in development (OSX, PHP libcouchbase, and Couchbase 2.01) which works without any issue but my production instance (Ubuntu, PHP libcouchbase, and Couchbase 2.1.1) is having a LOT of problems and I'm hoping I can get a little help on the following:
I am trying to see to install couchbase as part of building an openstack image.
and I get the following errors when dpkg is run
My system details :
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS" ...
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