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02:59 <ggus> hey! i'm looking for an interface (web or gui) to feed and update documents in mongo. My idea is to replace an ancient database with mongodb and a nice front-end. the database will be used in a library. tips? ideas?
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03:17 <dvass> I'm trying to implement this to filter an array: https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/reference/operator/aggregation/filter/
03:17 <dvass> but seems to do nothing despite following the example exactly. The array doesn’t change according to filter.
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08:12 <Muchoz> Is there a way to create a text search with a list of phrases? MongoDB can't even seem to distinguish hyphens and negations.
08:13 <Muchoz> This should return something when it finds either "something-here1234" or "something-there532", but it doesn't return anything: $search: "\"something-here1234\" \"something-there532\""
08:13 <Muchoz> But when searching for each "phrase" individually, it does return them, just not together as what is desired.
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08:19 <senaps> hi, when importing a very large json file, i get the error "read error, or input line too long (max length: 16777216) " is there any way around?
08:19 <senaps> except for splliting my file?
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09:21 <synthmeat> how does one go with race condition-resistant bulk upload of documents with simple sequential integer counter in them?
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11:17 <jamesaxl> hi
11:17 <jamesaxl> I c++ driver version 3.1, I would like t know how to create a function that return bsoncxx::builder::stream::document document{} thank you
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13:18 <jamesaxl> I c++ driver version 3.1, I would like t know how to create a function that return bsoncxx::builder::stream::document document{} thank you
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15:30 <Squarism> Which are the big nosql databases?
15:30 <Squarism> or document database
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17:29 <jamesaxl> hi
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17:58 <jamesaxl> I c++ driver version 3.1, I would like t know how to create a function that return bsoncxx::builder::stream::document document{} thank you
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19:36 <sacrebleu> how can i call mongoexport with a database connection string like mongdb://
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19:38 <Derick> i don't think you can
19:39 <sacrebleu> this is annoying
19:40 <sacrebleu> how do I decompose that into a mongoexport?
19:41 <sacrebleu> like, what I mean is how do I pick apart the connection string
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19:47 <sacrebleu> ]/part
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21:13 <jr3> is there a way to do, prop1: {$in:[{a:1}, {b:2}]
21:13 <jr3> I want to match a sub document $in with an array of sub docs
21:16 <jr3> ok that actually works
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21:52 <jeffreylevesque> do i install mongos on the server containing my application, or should they be installed on its own designated vm?
21:54 <jeffreylevesque> **do i install mongos on the vm containing my application, or should they be installed on its own designated vm?
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