[NCBC-165] GetView doesn't return an exception if the view doesn't exist. Created: 26/Nov/12 Updated: 05/Feb/13 Resolved: 05/Feb/13
|Project:||Couchbase .NET client library|
|Reporter:||Kyle Sama||Assignee:||John Zablocki (Inactive)|
|Remaining Estimate:||Not Specified|
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|Original Estimate:||Not Specified|
Visual Studio 2012, .net Client, couchbase 2.0,
When you call var result = _couchClient.GetView(<etc.>), there is no exception thrown when the view does not exist. The program will only throw an exception when it attempts to access the data, ie: result.Count() will throw an exception.
|Comment by John Zablocki (Inactive) [ 26/Dec/12 ]|
The view isn't queried until the IEnumerable is actually iterated over. Therefore when you call GetView, there's no way to know that the view doesn't exist.
I will look into catching the 400 error and throwing a more meaningful exception.
|Comment by John Zablocki (Inactive) [ 18/Jan/13 ]|
|Baking better exceptions into the view reading process and providing a CheckExists method.|
|Comment by John Zablocki (Inactive) [ 05/Feb/13 ]|