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From "Weixiang Guan (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (COUCHDB-2286) Query with variables in design document
Date Tue, 29 Jul 2014 10:33:38 GMT

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Weixiang Guan updated COUCHDB-2286:
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    Description: 
I have the following rewrite definition in my design document:
{code:javascript}{
			"from": "actors_in_film/:film_id",
			"to": "_list/simple_list/film_actor",
			"query": {
				"include_docs": "true",
				"key":[":film_id",0]
			}
		}{code}
This works. However when I checked out the log, I found the URL was rewritten to *include_docs=true&key=%5B%22film_2%22%2C0%5D&film_id=film_2*,
where the parameter *film_id=film_2* does not make any sense! Although this non-sense parameter
does nothing to the query, but I would say it is still a bug.

If it is possible also to mention another thing, I would suggest, boolean and numeric values
in the query fields (e.g. *"limit":"10"* and *"include_docs":"true"*) should be able to be
specified without double quotes, because it is inconsistent with array (e.g. *"key":["film_2",0]*,
where one does not need to put the whole array in double quotes).

BTW, I am using CouchDB 1.5.

  was:
I have the following rewrite definition in my design document:
{code:javascript}{
			"from": "actors_in_film/:film_id",
			"to": "_list/simple_list/film_actor",
			"query": {
				"include_docs": "true",
				"key":[":film_id",0]
			}
		}{code}
This works. However when I checked out the log, I found the URL was rewritten to *include_docs=true&key=%5B%22film_2%22%2C0%5D&film_id=film_2*,
where the parameter *film_id=film_2* does not make any sense! Although this non-sense parameter
does nothing to the query, but I would say it is still a bug.

If it is possible also to mention another thing, I would suggest, boolean and numeric values
in the query fields (e.g. *"limit":"10"* and *"include_docs":"true"*) should be able to be
specified without double quotes, because it is inconsistent with array (e.g. *"key":["film_2",0]*,
where one does not need to put the whole array in double quotes).


> Query with variables in design document
> ---------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: COUCHDB-2286
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COUCHDB-2286
>             Project: CouchDB
>          Issue Type: Bug
>      Security Level: public(Regular issues) 
>          Components: JavaScript View Server
>            Reporter: Weixiang Guan
>
> I have the following rewrite definition in my design document:
> {code:javascript}{
> 			"from": "actors_in_film/:film_id",
> 			"to": "_list/simple_list/film_actor",
> 			"query": {
> 				"include_docs": "true",
> 				"key":[":film_id",0]
> 			}
> 		}{code}
> This works. However when I checked out the log, I found the URL was rewritten to *include_docs=true&key=%5B%22film_2%22%2C0%5D&film_id=film_2*,
where the parameter *film_id=film_2* does not make any sense! Although this non-sense parameter
does nothing to the query, but I would say it is still a bug.
> If it is possible also to mention another thing, I would suggest, boolean and numeric
values in the query fields (e.g. *"limit":"10"* and *"include_docs":"true"*) should be able
to be specified without double quotes, because it is inconsistent with array (e.g. *"key":["film_2",0]*,
where one does not need to put the whole array in double quotes).
> BTW, I am using CouchDB 1.5.



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