In this particular blog we will discuss about few of the basic functions of MQL (MongoDB Query Language) and we will also see how to use them? We will be using MongoDB Compass shell (MongoSH Beta) which is available in the latest version of MongoDB Compass.
Connect your Atlas cluster to your MongoDB Compass to get started. Latest version of MongoDB Compass will have this shell, so if you don’t find this shell then please install the latest version for this to work.
Now lets start with the functions.
In the shell we need to first write the “use database name” code to access the database then use .find() to extract data which has name “Wetpaint”
The above result brings us to another function .pretty() .
2. pretty() :- this function helps us see the result more clearly.
Try it yourself to compare the results.
3. count() :- Now lets see how many entries we have by the company name “Wetpaint”.
So we have only one document.
4. Comparison operators :-
“$eq” : Equal to
“$neq”: Not equal to
“$gt”: Greater than
“$gte”: Greater than equal to
“$lt”: Less than
“$lte”: Less than equal to
Lets see how this works.
5. findOne() :- To get a single document from a collection we use this function.
6. insert() :- This is used to insert documents in a collection.
Notice that a unique id has been added to the document by default. The given id has to be unique or else there will be an error. To provide a user defined id use “_id”.
So, with that we come to the end of the discussion on the MongoDB. Hopefully it helped you understand the topic, for more information you can also watch the video tutorial attached down this blog. The blog is designed and prepared by Niharika Rai, Analytics Consultant, DexLab Analytics DexLab Analytics offers machine learning courses in Gurgaon. To keep on learning more, follow DexLab Analytics blog.
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