[PYCBC-71] Supporting _all_docs in the SDK Created: 15/Nov/12 Updated: 18/Jun/13 Resolved: 18/Jun/13
|Project:||Couchbase Python Client Library|
|Fix Version/s:||1.0 Beta|
|Reporter:||Volker Mische||Assignee:||Mark Nunberg|
|Remaining Estimate:||Not Specified|
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The Python SDK currently doesn't seem to support _all_docs at the moment.
I remember that it was possible in the past with something like `.view("_all_docs")`, but I think this is the wrong way to do it. _all_docs should really have its own method. The reasons are:
- _all_docs and Views are a different thing, this should not be hidden to the user
- _all_docs uses raw collation and not Unicode collation as Views do
- I'm not sure about this one, but it could be the case, that _all_docs also contains not yet persisted items (as opposed to views).
|Comment by Mark Nunberg [ 18/Jun/13 ]|
|_all_docs is an internal function - it shouldn't be exposed to the user. It's simple enough to use an HTTP client -- plus we have a node list|