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Description

The asynchronous CouchDb and Cloudant client for .Net - builds on top of the asynchronous HTTP client and uses JSON.Net to provide flexible serialization behaviour. It tries to keep the domain language of CouchDb instead of bringing in generic repositories and other confusing stuff. MyCouch lets you work with raw JSON and/or entities/POCOS without requiring any implementation of interfaces, baseclasses etc. MyCouch provides you with some model conventions like injection of $doctype to the document.

Code Quality Rank: L5
Programming language: C#
License: MIT License
Tags: Nosql     Client     Net45     Database Drivers     couchdb     cloudant    
Latest version: v7.4.0

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README

MyCouch

The asynchronous CouchDB client for .NET - builds on top of the asynchronous HTTP client and uses JSON.Net to provide flexible serialization behaviour. It tries to keep the domain language of CouchDB instead of bringing in generic repositories and other confusing stuff. MyCouch lets you work with raw JSON and/or entities/POCOS without requiring any implementation of interfaces, baseclasses etc. MyCouch provides you with some model conventions like injection of $doctype to the document.

Multiple target frameworks: .NET Standard 1.1, .NET Standard 2.0; using a .NET Standard project.

Build Status Nuget

The documentation is contained in the project wiki.

Quick sample - using Requests and Responses

using(var client = new MyCouchClient("http://localhost:5984/", "mydb"))
{
    //POST with server generated id
    await client.Documents.PostAsync("{\"name\":\"Daniel\"}");

    //POST with client generated id - possible but wrong
    await client.Documents.PostAsync("{\"_id":\"someId", \"name\":\"Daniel\"}");

    //PUT for client generated id
    await client.Documents.PutAsync("someId", "{\"name\":\"Daniel\"}");

    //PUT for updates
    await client.Documents.PutAsync("someId", "docRevision", "{\"name\":\"Daniel Wertheim\"}");

    //PUT for updates with _rev in JSON
    await client.Documents.PutAsync("someId", "{\"_rev\": \"docRevision\", \"name\":\"Daniel Wertheim\"}");

    //Using entities
    var me = new Person {Id = "SomeId", Name = "Daniel"};
    await client.Entities.PutAsync(me);

    //Using anonymous entities
    await client.Entities.PostAsync(new { Name = "Daniel" });
}
using(var client = new MyCouchServerClient("http://localhost:5984"))
{
    var r = await client.Replicator.ReplicateAsync(id, source, target);
}

Quick sample - using MyCouchStore

using(var store = new MyCouchStore("http://localhost:5984", "mydb"))
{
    var mySomething = await store.StoreAsync(new Something("foo", "bar", 42));

    var retrieved = await store.GetByIdAsync(mySomething.Id);

    var deleted = await store.DeleteAsync(mySomething.Id, mySomething.Rev);

    //... ... and so on... ...
}

Integration tests

The ./.env file and ./src/tests/IntegrationTests/integrationtests.local.ini files are .gitignored. In order to create sample files of these, you can run:

. init-local-config.sh

Docker-Compose

There's a docker-compose.yml file, that defines usage of a single node CouchDB over port 5984. The COUCHDB_USER and COUCHDB_PASSWORD is configured via environment key MyCouch_User and MyCouch_Pass; which can either be specified via:

  • Environment variable: MyCouch_User and MyCouch_Pass, e.g.:

    MyCouch_User=sample_user
    MyCouch_Pass=sample_password
    
  • Docker Environment file ./.env (.gitignored), e.g.:

    MyCouch_User=sample_user
    MyCouch_Pass=sample_password
    

Test configuration

Credentials need to be provided, either via:

  • Local-INI-file (.gitignored): ./src/tests/IntegrationTests/integrationtests.local.ini, e.g.:

    User=sample_user
    Pass=sample_password
    
  • Environment variables: MyCouch_User and MyCouch_Pass, e.g.:

MyCouch_User=sample_user
MyCouch_Pass=sample_password