After executing some basic
SELECT queries against our collection, it is time to do some updating. This means looking up the document, changing information, and saving it to the collection. Consider the following C# code snippet:
In the following code snippets, we will update a document, set a new date of birth, and save the document to the collection.
To enable faster processing, we store the
DateTime fields as epoch values so that range queries are executed efficiently.
I used information from the official Azure blogs (http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2014/11/19/working-with-dates-in-azure-documentdb-4/) to create the following code snippet. Instead of comparing dates, the corresponding epoch values are compared ...