I couldn't find any documentation about querying(insert/update/delete). How can I do it in Membase?Please Advice.
Thanks for the inquiry!
We're actually in the process of developing query functionality and hope to have it available by the end of the year. For now, your best option is to use the TAP interface to iterrate over all the keys within a server and perform whatever query you need from that. It's not perfect but should allow you to get the basic functionality.
There's some information here: [url]http://wiki.membase.org/bin/view/Main/TapProtocol[/url]
Hope that helps, let me know if you have any other questions.
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I was looking around for membase query language and came across to this post. Have you guys developed query functionality and is available for developers or still in process? Is there any documentation available to look for how to perform basic data transations (Insert/update/delete)?
Basic data transactions such as those are handled through the memcached protocol.
More extended querying will be available with the 2.0 release when we combine the capabilities of CouchDB with Membase (we just merged with CouchIO to form Couchbase).
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When will you expect the 2.0 release will be available - seems to be better to wait for than beginning to dive into the TAP protocol. Will the 2.0 release still be Membase product (Seems a bit hard to distinquish between all the products)
2.0 is currently scheduled for the end of this summer.
Depending on what your use case is, TAP may still be the best option if you need to be working with the most up-to-date stream of data.
2.0 will technically be called "Elastic Couchbase" but will still provide the Membase interface (memcached API) while allowing for querying and indexing via the CouchDB API.
Any news as to Membase 2.0?
Membase 2.0 has been renamed to Couchbase Server 2.0. At the moment we have a developer preview available.
You can download it here: http://www.couchbase.com/downloads
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