A Biographical Sketch of Victor A. Pliss by Pilyugin S.Y., Sell G.R.

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Xml 8. 3 and dependency jar files get added to the project build path. Right-click on the CouchbaseJavaClient project node in Package Explorer and select Properties. In Properties window select the Java Build Path node and subsequently the Libraries tab. The Maven jar files are listed in the Java Build Path as shown in Figure 2-8. Click on OK. 25 Chapter 2 ■ Using the Java Client Figure 2-8. xml configuration file is listed below. 3 26 Chapter 2 ■ Using the Java Client In the following sections we shall connect to the Couchbase Server using the Couchbase Java Client library and add, get, update, and delete document/s.

Insert(D document, PersistTo persistTo) Inserts a document if it does not already exist with the default key/value timeout as the specified number of disk copies. insert(D document, PersistTo persistTo, ReplicateTo replicateTo) Inserts a document if it does not already exist with the default key/value timeout and with the specified replication. TimeUnit timeUnit) Inserts a document if it does not already exist with a custom key/value timeout and the specified durability and replication. String value) method.

The function first tests if the type of the document is JSON and subsequently emits records with each record key being the document name and each record value being the data stored in the fields of the document object. Next, create a View in Couchbase Console. Select Data Buckets ➤ json bucket. Subsequently, select View. The Development View tab is selected by default. Click on Create Development View to create a development view as shown in Figure 2-23. 43 Chapter 2 ■ Using the Java Client Figure 2-23.

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