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Resolving Some CouchDB-Record Inconsistencies in Scala

Aleksa Vukotic:

While the REST interface to Documents and Views in Couch does not require a rich mapping layer (as opposed to the richness of SQL ORM frameworks), I still found it cumbersome to work directly with HTTP all the time in order to store/query my model objects to/from CouchDB.

Currently the Lift-Record framework has a Record implementation for relational databases (Squeryl), as well as Mongo-Record and CouchDB-Record implementations which gained prominence with recent increased interest in NoSQL storage. While the CouchDB-Record implementation is not complete, it has enough features to make it useful when working with CouchDB and Lift. Using CouchDB-Record I could easily map my domain model to the underlying database, and abstract the HTTP layer when I wanted to. The CouchDB-Record implementation did not offer everything that you might expect from a typical O(R)M framework - specifically there are some missing features such as associations mapping, lazy loading, caching.

Two remarks:

  1. When building your next tool or product never ignore the power of habits
  2. How much less time would be spend hacking (and writing about) CouchDB libraries, if there would be a set of official or at least officially-backed CouchDB drivers and libraries.

Original title and link: Resolving Some CouchDB-Record Inconsistencies in Scala (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.aleksavukotic.com/2011/09/starting-with-lift-and-couchdb.html


NoSQL Databases Adoption: Support for MongoDB and CouchDB in Lift 2.0

NoSQL databases adopted everywhere:

This version adds in-built support for MongoDB and CouchDB, and support for JSON, REST, JTA and LDAP. This release also improves Lift support for Comet and testing, including dependency injection and run-mode injection.

via: http://jaxenter.com/lift-2-0-scala-2-8-0-rc7-and-google-updates-for-gwt-and-app-engine-sdk-27667.html