I’m using the .NET SDK 2.1.
I have an application that is sometimes performing poorly because of queries issuing the stale=false option.
The Couchbase documentation is very clear, thanks for that.
But I would like to try working the other way around, triggering a view update after inserting data, instead of using a query parameter, as I always need up to date data. I have to try to confirm which option is best in my use case.
I’m storing documents with revision numbers and I always need the latest revision. Nothing is updated, nothing is deleted. I’m always inserting new data. The view is here to find all revisions of the documents. The client is selecting the one that it needs in the result set.
Can I trigger a view update after inserting a new document with the .NET SDK ?