#30 new

send() attempts to hit a _uuid table

Reported by geir | December 30th, 2008 @ 12:27 PM

I'm a couch newbie, so forgive if a stupid question.

With a simple program that just does a save() of a simple document, couchrest seems to want to get data from a non-existant _uuid database, or that's how I'm interpreting the couchdb log and my reading of the couchrest code (although my read wasn't thorough, and I'm not a ruby programmer by any stretch of the imagination....)

Why does it do this? can I stop it? Should I do something to pre-fill the uuid db? is that another magic CouchDB thing, the uuid db?

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"CouchDB, close to the metal." <a href="http://github.com/jchris/couchrest/tree/master">CouchRest</a> is a RESTful layer for accessing CouchDB, based off CouchDB's included Javascript reference client. CouchRest also includes helpers for running large queries etc. There is also a base class for ActiveRecord / Datamapper style ORM, called CouchRest::Model.

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