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From Julien Guimont <>
Subject Re: Getting only updates from a view
Date Mon, 27 Oct 2008 17:58:41 GMT

That is an option i do not completely understand right now. If there  
are blog post on the subject that would be great!

My usage scenario is the following:
I have many client applications (1000-10000)
They send to my application server what they want as a data set (a view)
The application server adds the view to the design document, execute  
it and return the result to the client
Upon document updates, the application server refresh the views and  
inform the client of new data (is any)

Am I going in a good direction?

Thank you,

On 27-Oct-08, at 1:39 PM, Dean Landolt wrote:

> On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 10:08 PM, Julien Guimont <
>> wrote:
>> Thanks for the answer, pretty obvious.
>> I would have 1000 to 10000 views to update periodically upon document
>> updates. There would be 5-10 updates a second and more than 500k  
>> documents.
>> Will couchdb scale in that case?
>> Thank you,
>> Julien.
> What kind of use case would require 10000 views? Couldn't there a  
> way to
> generalize some of your view functions with compound keys to give  
> you what
> you need in a *much* smaller number of views?

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