Tag: full text search

Full Text Search on Couchbase 4.5 (Video)

This video shows the new Full Text Search feature in Couchbase Server 4.5. This feature is a developer preview: it’s not supported and it’s not recommended for production (yet). You can have a say in how the feature is implemented....

Full Text Search in .NET with Couchbase 4.5

Full Text Search (or FTS) is a new feature that is being released as a developer preview in Couchbase 4.5. It is not meant for production, and is not yet supported, but it is a glimpse at things to come....

New Release: Couchbase .NET SDK 2.2.8 w/FTS Developer Preview!

New Release: Couchbase .NET SDK 2.2.8! Today we are releasing version 2.2.8 (v2.2.8) of the Couchbase .NET SDK! In this release you will find bug fixes and Developer Previews (DP) for upcoming features in support of Couchbase Server 4.5. This...

Preview of Full Text Search in Couchbase using the Java SDK

In this blog post, we’ll have a look at the preview API for full text search in Couchbase 4.5. Please note that this API, released in the latest Java SDK  (2.2.4), is still @Experimental. We’ll cover: Full Text Search in...

Couchbase Server Full-text Search Connector with Elasticsearch Updated

We’ve just updated the Couchbase Transport for Elastic Search to work with Couchbase 2.2.0 and Elasticsearch 0.90.5. You can download the latest version of the full-text search plug-in via our connectors page, and be sure to read Marty Schloch’s updated...

Couchbase Server Full-text Search Connector with Elasticsearch Updated

We have exciting product news to share: the Couchbase-Elasticsearch plug-in version 1.1.0 has now been released. The Couchbase Transport for Elastic Search has been updated to work with Couchbase 2.1.1, 2.1.0 and Elastic Search 0.90.2. You can download the latest...

Secondary Indexes or Full-Text Indexes?

Applications get data from Couchbase Server in different ways – they can use basic key-value operations, secondary indexes (views) or full-text search. As a developer, how do you decide whether you should use secondary indexes or full-text search for your...