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Using OCaml From CouchDB Views

Geeky:

The programmer writes an OCaml application that exports one or more map and reduce functions using the API found in module CouchAdapter, and creates a CouchDB design document that specifies the application path and the name of the exported functions. The adapter server then receives evaluation requests from CouchDB and passes them to the application, and returns the result back to CouchDB.

The overall architecture:

Using OCaml from CouchDB views

Original title and link: Using OCaml From CouchDB Views (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.nicollet.net/2011/08/using-ocaml-from-couchdb-views/