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Mongo DB

Description

The MongoDB nodes lets you execute a range of operations on your MongoDB.

Nodes

Find

Collection

The name of the MongoDB collection.

Query

The MongoDB query in JSON format.

MongoDB Documentation: Find

Result Storage

This section lets you configure where to store the result of the MongoDB request.

Advanced

The advanced section exposes a number of extra settings.

Projection

Please refer to the MongoDB documentation for more information on Projection.

MongoDB Documentation: Projection

Options

Please refer to the MongoDB documentation for configurable options.

MongoDB Documentation

Index

Please refer to the MongoDB documentation on Indexes.

MongoDB Documentation: Indexes

Stop on Error

Lets you configure whether to stop flow execution when an error occurs or not.

Caching

Cache Response from MongoDB Operation.

Whether or not to cache the MongoDB responses to optimize performance.

Find One

Collection

The name of the MongoDB collection.

Query

The MongoDB query in JSON format.

MongoDB Documentation: FindOne

Result Storage

This section lets you configure where to store the result of the MongoDB request.

Advanced

The advanced section exposes a number of extra settings.

Projection

Please refer to the MongoDB documentation for more information on Projection.

MongoDB Documentation: Projection

Options

Please refer to the MongoDB documentation for configurable options.

MongoDB Documentation

Index

Please refer to the MongoDB documentation on Indexes.

MongoDB Documentation: Indexes

Stop on Error

Lets you configure whether to stop flow execution when an error occurs or not.

Caching

Cache Response from MongoDB Operation.

Whether or not to cache the MongoDB responses to optimize performance.

Update One

Collection

The name of the MongoDB collection.

Query

The MongoDB query in JSON format.

Update

The MongoDB update payload in JSON format.

MongoDB Documentation: UpdateOne

Result Storage

This section lets you configure where to store the result of the MongoDB request.

Advanced

The advanced section exposes a number of extra settings. https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/reference/operator/projection/

Use Operators

If enabled, then you can use operators like $push in the update query. If not, then we will automatically $set everything that you write in the update query into the database.

Options

Please refer to the MongoDB documentation for configurable options.

MongoDB Documentation

Update Many

MongoDB Documentation: UpdateMany

Insert

MongoDB Documentation: Insert

Remove

MongoDB Documentation: Remove

MongoDB Aggregate

MongoDB Documentation: Aggregate

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