Couchbase lite 2.0 Document Time To Live

java

#1

Greetings,

I’m migrating my CBL application from CBL 1.4.1 to CBL 2.0, and in the previous version I made extensive use of the TTL property, allowing me to delete a document from a local database past a certain point.

I have failed to find this feature in the new implementation, is it still there or is there a new feature that handles this use case?


#2

Documentation Expiration didn’t make it into 2.0 . This is being tracked for a future release.
I have linked this post to the ticket so you can chime in there as well .
In the meantime, you would have to track a “createdAt” property within each document and schedule a task that purges the expired documents . Not the most convenient


#3

Thanks for you answer.

Sad to hear is not supported yet, good to hear it is being worked on. Thanks!


#4

Is there any update on this feature, or potentially any way to workaround it? We have a lot of events we store in CBL that we don’t need to keep around, so the expiration is a pretty important feature.

Thank You


#5

See Priya’s above comment for a workaround. No schedule for this feature yet.


#6

Any update? We are live on 2.X and are experiencing client hangs due to runaway data that used to be TTL’d in the 1.X branch.

At least some issue to track the progress of this feature would be greatly appreciated. The linked issue appears to be closed.


#7

Document expiration will be available in our upcoming release of Couchbase Lite- coming out in the next couple of months