Couchbase .NET client library (official), based on the Enyim memcached client
Latest commit 730a5cb Oct 13, 2016 @jeffrymorris jeffrymorris committed with jeffrymorris NCBC-1224: part 2 - IBucket level data structure methods
This is part two (2) of the Data Structures feature; the first one is
NCBC-1060 and is an API of Collections that are persisted to Couchbase.
This commit includes a new bucket level API for various data structure
methods for lists, sets and hashmaps.

Add signatures for common data operations to be peformed on a data
structure: set, add, remove, etc.

In addition to the traditional IBucket key-value methods, there are now
methods which operate within the document on specific data structures:
arrays, sets and hashmaps. You use these like any other K/V methods,
except that they operate generally within the document and not on the
entire document (with some exceptions). Note that these methods are only
supported by Couchbase (peristent) buckets.

Change-Id: I31a4ffa953fa2be0f4196163b39d042d0862a85a
Tested-by: Jeffry Morris <>
Reviewed-by: Mike Goldsmith <>
Tested-by: Mike Goldsmith <>

Official Couchbase .NET SDK

  • master is 2.0 development branch
  • release13 is 1.3.X development branch

Getting Started

To get up and running with the SDK, please visit the online documentation.

Running the Unit Tests

To run the unit tests (for master), the following are required:

  1. Couchbase Server >= 3.0 installed on localhost
  2. N1QL DP4 downloaded, copied to disk and connected to your localhost Couchbase Server: see here.
  3. The "beer-sample" sample Bucket and data set installed. This can be installed by logging into the Couchbase Console (http://localhost:8091) and then Settings->Sample Buckets.
  4. The following buckets installed on localhost:
    1. "default" - the standard default bucket
    2. "authenticated" - a Couchbase bucket with a password of "secret"
    3. "memcached" - a Memcached bucket with no password
  5. Install an SSL certificate (copied from the Couchbase console) if you wish to run the SSL/TLS tests

Note that some tests require a cluster (Observe tests and Replica Read tests for example) and will fail if running on localhost.

Pull Requests and Submissions

Being an Open Source project, the Couchbase SDK depends upon feedback and submissions from the community. If you feel as if you want to submit a bug fix or a feature, please post a Pull Request. The Pull Request will go through a formal code review process and merged after being +2'd by a Couchbase Engineer. In order to accept a submission, Couchbase requires that all contributors sign the Contributor License Agreement (CLA). You can do this by creating an account in Gerrit, our official Code Review system. After you have created your account, login and check the CLA checkbox.

Once the CLA is signed, a Couchbase engineer will push the pull request to Gerrit and one or more Couchbase engineers will review the submission. If it looks good they will then +2 the changeset and merge it with master. In addition, if the submission needs more work, you will need to amend the Changeset with another Patchset. Note that is strongly encouraged to submit a Unit Test with each submission and also include a description of the submission, what changed and what the result is.