Hi All,

So now (with some starter help I got here), I played around with Couch
Potato enough to see that I really like it. I have one big problem
though and this is really critical for what I am developing.

Apache boast that CouchDB does not lock the DB documents as SQL locks
tables, and that users always get their requests granted via a queue.
But what about the classic concurrency conflicts that SQL uses locks for
in the first place? for example, suppose I have a field in some document
that each client should read, increase by some value and then save, as
you probably know, if two clients read the field and then both save it,
only the addition done by one of them will be actually saved.

So I wonder what is the best practice for handling this kind of
situations with Couch Potato or with CouchDB at all? I really don't want
to have to use SQL just because of that...

Many thanks,

Oren

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