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From Jan Lehnardt <>
Subject Re: map_process_error caused by JSON array?
Date Sun, 13 Jul 2008 09:01:25 GMT

On Jul 13, 2008, at 2:50 , Jacinto Shy II wrote:

> On Sat, Jul 12, 2008 at 5:54 PM, Jan Lehnardt <> wrote:
>> Hello Jacinto,
>> On Jul 11, 2008, at 23:21 , Jacinto Shy II wrote:
>>> I am running the latest version of CouchDB from Subversion (r676076)
>>> and I get a strange error when I save a document containing a field
>>> that is a JSON array.
>> The map process is not triggered when you save a document, only
>> when a view gets queried. What exactly are you doing? Can you
>> provide request and response logs with log= set to debug in your
>> couch.ini?
> You are right. I should have said I get the error in views after
> saving the document. And again, when I save other documents CouchDB
> behaves just fine. The problem only occurs when a list is involved.
> I am working on a media sharing web app. Basically, when a user
> uploads a file they can add tags to it. In my Python code I split the
> user's input into a list which I save along with other metadata into
> CouchDB using couchdb-python. After saving this new document my code
> doesn't touch CouchDB again until the user is redirected to a page
> which displays available files.
> I set LogLevel to debug (I assume that's what you meant), but it
> doesn't show much. The output is attached.

What do you requests look like and what is your design document,
including the map / reduce functions?

> The document that is saved by CouchDB appears just fine (formatting  
> my own):
> {"_id":"5607847acf0772f75939b6d75ab700de",
> "_rev":"1254795349",
> "created_on":"2008-07-13 10:26:35",
> "user_id":"21b3a56d280ee633b3c3d8d5b9a57fbf",
> "title":"Waheshni Eih",
> "tags":["song","dance"],
> "user_name":"ali",
> "license_id":"6445c7216d601e543beaf8a8fd5d6a3c",
> "channel_id":"9ff014d1e86cb7ecfa8fb01df7a783b9",
> "type":"Stream"}
>>> [...]
>>> I also see the same error when running the test suite for reduce,
>>> multiple_rows, view_collation, view_conflicts, view_errors, and
>>> view_sandboxing.
>> Do the basic tests run for you? If not, it appears that your  
>> SpiderMonkey
>> installation is hosed. See
>> for more info.
> The basic tests are successful, and so are all of the other tests,
> with the exception of the six listed above. I am using the
> SpiderMonkey which is installed by apt-get. I just upgraded to
> 1.9~rc2-5, but the problem persists.

Which browser are you using to run the tests?


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