CouchDB Connector

Version 1.1 (OutSystems 8)
Published on 31 October 2013 by 
Created on 31 October 2013
Relax... with CouchDB Connector you're now able to easily integrate with this simple yet effective database engine: it enforces great scalability and "eventual consistency" of your data, offering a good alternative to traditional RDBMS.
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Feature List

- Exposes CRUD actions to manage documents in your CouchDB database;

- Exposes further actions to manage your CouchDB databases (create/delete);

Does not support yet

- Map/Reduce functionality - these API interfaces haven't yet been built.


- You first need a CouchDB server installed and setup. Get it from here:

How to use CouchDB Connector

There are 2 eSpaces, in this component,

i) CouchDBConnector: exposes document CRUD APIs and database management logic;

ii) CouchDBWrapper: consumes the above module and should be customized with your own business logic and data structures; it also presents a brief demo interface.

What’s new (1.1)
Minor fixes to CRUD API actions (Object_Create, Object_Update)
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This component is not supported by OutSystems. You may use the discussion forums to leave suggestions or obtain best-effort support from the community, including from Pedro Gonçalves who created this component.
CouchDB Connector has no dependencies.
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