Hopefully this is a simple question, but does the .Delete(document) method get rid of all previous meta data related to that couchbase document? In other words, would the size of the couchbase lite slowly creep up if you run through and delete 1000s of documents with the .Delete method? I’ve seen in other threads, if you do wish to delete all documents with for example with a specific _type parameter; you have to go get all the documentids involved and then individually Delete each document.
For example, this individual document delete code… (C#, Xamarin Forms, .NET Standard project)
var document = _database.GetDocument(documentId); _database?.Delete(document);
I assume, if you iterate over it many times over, it will fully DELETE the document and any meta data associated with it (thereby not allowing the database size to creep up over long periods of time).