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Upsert in MongoDB

1. Introduction This is an in-depth article on how to create MongoDB Upsert Example. Mongo Database is a no SQL database. It has capabilities such as query language to retrieve from the database. It also provides operational and administrative procedures. A document in Mongo Database is a data structure that has field and value pairs. These documents are like JSON ...

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Join query in MongoDB

Hello. In this tutorial, we will understand how to perform join query in Mongodb. To set up Mongodb I will be using Docker. 1. Introduction The $lookup operator in Mongodb is an aggregation operator and is used to perform join aggregate in Mongodb. This operator is used to join a document from one collection to a document in another collection ...

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Join query in MongoDb and Nodejs

Hello. In this tutorial, we will understand how to perform join query in Mongodb using Node.js. To set up Mongodb I will be using Docker. 1. Introduction The $lookup operator in Mongodb is an aggregation operator and is used to perform join aggregate in Mongodb. This operator is used to join a document from one collection to a document in ...

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Python and MongoDB Tutorial

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Hello in this tutorial, we will understand how to perform CRUD operations in MongoDB via Python programming. 1. Introduction Let us first understand that what is Mongo database. MongoDB is a high-performance NoSQL database where each database has collections that in turn have documents. Each document has a different number of fields, size, content, and is stored in a JSON-like ...

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Building a REST Service with Spring Boot and MongoDB

1. Introduction This is an in-depth article related to the Spring Boot based Rest Service with MongoDB. Spring Boot framework has features to build applications. Spring Boot has features related to building rest services with MongoDB and unit testing the application. 2. Spring Boot Rest Service using MongoDB 2.1 Prerequisites Java 8 or 9 is required on the Linux, windows ...

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MongoDB Search by ID Example

1. Introduction This is an in-depth article on how to search by ID in the MongoDB. MongoDB is an open-source NoSQL database. Mongo Database is based in C++ language. In this article, we discuss the MongoDB concepts related to querying by Id in a scalable and performance-oriented Mongo database. 2. MongoDB Search by ID 2.1 Prerequisites MongoDB needs to be ...

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MongoDB Data Models Example

1. Introduction This is an in-depth article on how to create MongoDB Data models. Mongo Database is a no sql database. It has capabilities such as query language to retrieve from the database. It also provides operational and administrative procedures. A document in Mongo Database is a data structure which has field and value pairs. These documents are like JSON ...

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Spring Boot MongoDB Crud Operations Example

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will explore the MongoDB Crud operations in a spring boot application. 1. Introduction Spring Boot is a module that provides rapid application development feature to the spring framework including auto-configuration, standalone-code, and production-ready code It creates applications that are packaged as jar and are directly started using embedded servlet container (such as Tomcat, Jetty ...

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MongoDB Connection String URI Format Example

1. Introduction MongoDB is the most famous and widely used NoSQL database. It has been used in almost every programming language today and hence it is important to setup a standard way of connecting to the database. In this article, we discuss one such common item which needs to be understood and used while establishing a database connection to MongoDB ...

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MongoDB Geospatial Query Operators Example

1. Introduction to Geospatial Queries In this post, we feature a comprehensive Example on MongoDB Geospatial Query Operators. MongoDB is a JSON based document storage database. MongoDB stores the records in the form of unstructured JSON documents. It allows the flexibility of having varying number of columns for every record. This feature of MongoDB has been put to action by ...

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