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Getting Up to Speed with CouchDB and Java

Nothing fancy, but if you haven’t done it already, this article will probably get you started in no time.

This article provides a step-by-step guide for using Apache CouchDB using Java. Here we will use Java code to:

  • Create a database in CouchDB,
  • Store employee data (Employee number, Name, Designation, etc).
  • Perform some CRUD operations on the data that is stored.
  • Show the use of “Views” and how it can retrieve data based on field values.

The software we use includes:

  • Apache CouchDB 0.9.0 installation
  • Couchdb4j-0.1.2 jar file
  • Json-lib-2.2.3-jdk15 jar file
  • ezmorph-1.0 jar file
  • Httpclient-4.0-beta2 jar file
  • Httpcore-4.0.1 jar file

Please note the current CouchDB version is 0.10.1, so you might want to try with this version instead of the one mentioned in the article.

via: http://www.drdobbs.com/java/223100116