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From Daniel Bryan <danbr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Unable to access all the documnets by 'documentType' property
Date Sat, 24 Dec 2011 07:22:10 GMT
With something like this I'd usually start by looking at the CouchDB access
log to see what query Couch is receiving - that way you know whether the
problem is in Couch (say, in the view that's been stored) or in your Ruby
library. I suspect there's some nuance in the query language of the latter
that you're missing.
On Dec 24, 2011 4:52 PM, "Shreekumar" <shreekumar@worlditlab.com> wrote:

> Good day!
>
> I’ve around 1500 documents which has documentType as a field. And each
> document belongs to any one of the types (i.e. “Survey”,”Response” and
> “Questions”). I’m using CouchRest model to access the CouchDB documents
> with Ruby On Rails platform.
>
> My documents looks like as follows.
> {
>   "_id": "ff2fb2554682ba613c2f83c63502808a",
>   "_rev": "4-dd559696434a402739e789ccc8c9a481",
>   "answers": [
>       {
>           "answers": [
>               "Aug 19,2011"
>           ],
>           "questionId": "50f3df434ae02ac7fff48c1c2bde83e4"
>       },
>       {
>           "answers": [
>               "Bechu Yadav"
>           ],
>           "questionId": "15504f006e58872fd94871fe0c9d32ad"
>       },
>       {
>           "answers": [
>               "35"
>           ],
>           "questionId": "3c447a2f5cc6ca1985ce2c81463a3c47"
>       },
>       {
>           "answers": [
>               "Male"
>           ],
>           "questionId": "a6df7c25602939554612ef6de762f5b9"
>       },
>       {
>           "questionId": "2f66155965e60094f23f01af531d5af1",
>           "subAnswers": [
>               {
>                   "questionId": "1dae2d86eef846c967254c9e369170ce"
>               },
>               {
>                   "questionId": "40ffeb4d33dab1fe8d2d8b73c02ed13b"
>               },
>               {
>                   "questionId": "2db1e8b6e97d5baa8935b9b31fcc9648"
>               },
>               {
>                   "questionId": "0f8bb9f91ea8085b4ffb839ee8deabb5"
>               },
>               {
>                   "questionId": "22a93ecb72c50ff8899f8b2937776e51"
>               },
>               {
>                   "questionId": "e5106384790c2be745c952c4b867a0ff"
>               }
>           ]
>
>           "questionId": "492cf9bd41257ea478c5222fbba06616"
>       }
>   ],
>   "createdAt": "2011-08-19T21:05:36.486+0000",
>   "createdBy": "user4",
>   "documentType": "Response",
>   "ipAddress": "42.110.85.67",
>    "location": {
>       "latitude": 26.8415613,
>       "longitude": 75.8222883,
>       "provider": "network"
>   },
>    "surveyId": "6df022f0f371752167ad4920b38e1c37",
>    "published": true
> }
>
> and my CouchRest (Android) class looks like this.
>
> require 'couchrest_model'
> class Android < CouchRest::Model::Base
>  property :description, String
>  property :_id, String
>  property :_rev, String
>  property :documentType, String
>  design do
>    view :by_documentType
>  end
> end
>
> and my view looks like this
>
> function(doc)
> {
>  if(doc.documentType=='Survey')
>   emit(doc._id, null);
> }
> this is very basic code and working fine, and it’s returning 19 rows. (all
> the documents which have documentType=’Survey’). but when I’m trying to
> access this code in RoR by using CouchRest model; It’s returning only last
> Document (19th Document).
>
> My ruby (irb)command line looks like this
>
> Android.find_by_documentType('Survey')Please help me to solve this.
>
>
>
> -- Warm Regards
> Shreekumar
> Sr. Software Engineer
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