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From "RICHT, RYAN JERRY (AG/1005)" <>
Subject Getting Inline Attachments with Bulk Docs
Date Sun, 22 Jan 2012 02:21:31 GMT
Dear CouchDB Users,

I believe I've found a bug / unimplemented feature, but I can't seem to find any documentation
related to the use of ?attachments=true, documented here:

At the same time as bulk docs, documented here:

Since attachments=true is supposed to return a document with in-line Base64 encoded attachments,
I didn't think it was impossible to get back more than one. But if I try this, I only get
back stubs. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong:

curl -d '{"keys":["5997e1c6c682355f6d08d6d3790e516c","2dc5a3702ed1aaae5d75e06e080537b9"]}'
-X POST\&include_docs=true
> test
ry$ cat test 


<<doc contents>>




<<doc contents>>




I verified that with a single doc and ?attachments=true, I get the expected behavior.

Any help / confirmation would be appreciated. Should I get an error if this is not supported?

Thank you!

Ryan Richt

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