I am trying to get document id using a query statement and called query but it return error 4000
var query = “select id from mybucket where id like ‘%docs%’”;
var result = Bucket.Query(query);
actually i am using 127.0.01:8091 but its is calling 127.0.0.1:8093 how to overcome this issue
error: remote server not found
i have checked node has query
I have added port like this but showing error “The remote server returned an error: (404) Not Found”
how to check ports open or not in nodes firewall
Can you run plain restful queries against the cluster? You could try using the “cbq” command line utility to run queries and see if they’re working.
However, I will say that you should only add one instance of the server, using port 8091. The client automatically knows about other ports it needs to use for other services.
Can you post the actual code you are you using to initialize the cluster? The entire configuration,etc…
For bootstrapping you should only add URI’s with port 8091, the SDK will do the rest for you and lookup the services that you have enabled on your cluster.
public class Global : System.Web.HttpApplication
protected void Application_Start(object sender, EventArgs e)
section name=“couchbase” type=“Couchbase.Configuration.Client.Providers.CouchbaseClientSection, Couchbase.NetClient”/>
add name=“secondbucket” useSsl=“false” password="welcome@123"
connectionPool name=“custom” maxSize=“10” minSize=“5” sendTimeout=“12000” connectionPool
public class myRepository :Repository<BO_Rstr>
public myRepository (IBucket bucket): base(bucket)
internal List<customer> GetAllDocId(string id)
var results = List<customer> (n1qlQuery);
results return error 404 remote server not found
i need help on this issue, can any one post solution this as soon as possible
Assuming you have Couchbase 4.1 installed locally, the only reason I would suspect you would get a 404 is if the query service wasn’t installed and/or you haven’t setup a primary index.
In order to dig deeper, try enabling logging: http://developer.couchbase.com/documentation/server/4.0/sdks/dotnet-2.2/setting-up-logging.html
Once you have done so, attach the logs and i’ll take a look.