Where do the format constants live now ? Tried the places mentioned in the documentation
couchbase.exceptions.ValueFormatException: <Couldn't encode value, inner_cause=Object of type bytes is not JSON serializable, C Source=(src/convert.c,145),
But in the end had to dig through the library code to find something that actually worked…
from couchbase_core._libcouchbase import FMT_BYTES
bucket.upsert(key, val, format=FMT_BYTES)
Hello @afbjorklund sorry for the inconvenience caused. You are right and the solution you have is also correct.
What is missing is documentation around using transcoders we have a ticket in place to address that .
Once again thank you for your contribution and patience.
No worries, but I think it should be documented - if it is still supported, that is ?
I got the feeling that both memcached and binary documents are deprecated…
Not sure what would be the appropriate way of doing this in JSON, base-64 ?
# pylint: disable=method-hidden
def default(self, o):
if isinstance(o, bytes):
return json.JSONEncoder.default(self, o)
Since I am using it as a cache, using JSON would not be the preferred method.