Used to enable to tell the Producer that the Consumer supports detecting
dead connections through the use of a noop. The value for this message should
be set to either "true" or "false". See the page on dead connections for more
details. This parameter is available starting in Couchbase 3.0.
Used to tell the Producer the size of the Consumer side buffer in bytes which
the Consumer is using for flow control. The value of this parameter should be
an integer in string form between 1 and 2^32. See the page on flow control for
more details. This parameter is available starting in Couchbase 3.0.
Sets the noop interval on the Producer. Values for this parameter should be
an integer in string form between 20 and 10800. This allows the noop interval
to be set between 20 seconds and 3 hours. This parameter should always be set
when enabling noops to prevent the Consumer and Producer having a different
noop interval. This parameter is available starting in Couchbase 3.0.1.
Sets the priority that the connection should have when sending data.
The priority may be set to "high", "medium", or "low". High priority connections
will send messages at a higher rate than medium and low priority connections.
This parameter is availale starting in Couchbase 4.0.
Enables sending extended meta data. This meta data is mainly used for internal
server processes and will vary between different releases of Couchbase. See
the documentation on extended meta data for more information on what will be
sent. Each version of Couchbase will support a specific version of extended
meta data. This parameter is available starting in Couchbase 4.0.
Tells the server that the client can tolerate the server dropping the connection.
The server will only do this if the client cannot read data from the stream fast
enough and it is highly recommended to be used in all situations. We only support
disabling cursor dropping for backwards compatibility. This parameter is available
starting in Couchbase 4.5.
Returns the enum constant of this type with the specified name.
The string must match exactly an identifier used to declare an
enum constant in this type. (Extraneous whitespace characters are
name - the name of the enum constant to be returned.