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From Kai Griffin <>
Subject Re: Newbie question regarding Bulk Documents
Date Fri, 22 May 2009 07:29:08 GMT
I have the part of my application that uploads lots of bulk docs perform 
a view request every x-number of documents (roughly around every 50).  
That spreads the time required to upload the view out, so that when it's 
time for someone to look at a view, the indexes are either already 
updated, or very nearly so.

On 21/05/2009 23:36, Blair Nilsson wrote:
> 2009/5/22 Aníbal Rojas <>:
>> Hello,
>>   Once a POST request to the /whatever/_bulk_docs URI finishes and a
>> response is generated by CouchDB, does this assure all the views have
>> been updated? Could not find this behavior expĺained in the API
>>   Thanks in advance,
>> --
>> Aníbal Rojas
>> @anibalrojas
> The views will not be updated until someone looks at them. In saying
> that, you can treat them as updated because next time they are used,
> they will have the records added to them.
> This does mean that if a LOT of records are added, the new time you
> use a view it may be a touch slow, but normally it isn't a problem.
> --- Blair

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