Tag: DDL

Your Guide to User-Defined Functions in Couchbase Analytics

Your Guide to User-Defined Functions in Couchbase Analytics

User-defined functions put you in the driver’s seat when it comes to querying and analyzing your data. In the Couchbase ecosystem, user-defined functions (UDFs) are reusable and parameterizable N1QL queries that enable you to modularize queries and increase code reuse...

August 26, 2021
5 Steps to Streamline Your N1QL Queries & Migrate to Collections

5 Steps to Streamline Your N1QL Queries & Migrate to Collections

If you’re looking to migrate your data from a relational database to NoSQL, then now’s a better time than ever. The recent release of Couchbase 7.0 introduced Scopes and Collections – a new way to organize your JSON data. More...

August 16, 2021
Simplify Your Data Analysis with Scopes & Collections in Couchbase Analytics

Simplify Your Data Analysis with Scopes & Collections in Couchbase Analytics

Scopes and Collections aren’t just for organizing your data – now they can be used for your data analytics as well. As part of the Couchbase 7.0 release, support for Scopes and Collections has been extended to the Analytics Service...

August 13, 2021
Changes to the Couchbase Analytics Service

Changes to the Couchbase Analytics Service

Contents 6.0 Data Definition Language Postscript The Couchbase Analytics Service uses the SQL++ query language. SQL++ is an modern query language designed to work with semi-structured data and the JSON data model. SQL++ is backwards-compatible with SQL. The Coucbase Analytics...