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From Alexander Shorin <>
Subject Re: query_servers python
Date Tue, 18 Oct 2011 14:47:21 GMT

If you have tried Python query server from last couchdb-python release
or trunk, it would crush in same way for any errors that your design
function raises. Reason is simply - it hardly fits CouchDB server
0.11+ due to some changes in QS protocol.

Could you try new QS from ?
If your problem is really in design function code, you would receive
nicer error message instead.

P.S. I suppose, better to revise your view function that requests
tweeter for something, moving those logic to update/show or list
function - depending on what do you want to do.


On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 6:09 PM, Alessio Dovico Lupo
<> wrote:
> I'm working on gathering data from Twitter and permanently storing them in
> CouchDb.
> I'm able to save the user tweets on CouchDB and to visualize them through
> Futon CouchDB; some problems arise when I try to update these data or to
> retrieve them.
> I attached the message generated by CouchDb and a part of the configuration
> page.
> In addition, I explored the Futon graphical interface and I noticed that the
> combo box offers, among its options, only Javascript as supported language.
> In the configuration file associated with CouchDB I set:
> [query_servers] python = C:\Python27\Scripts\couchpy
> and I exploited easy_install to import al required libraries.
> Currently my machine runs python, Active Python (working on Windows
> 7) and CouchDb 1.1.0.
> Many thanks for your patience and kind support,
> Best,
> Alessio Dovico Lupo

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