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When searching a sub field, by default it's expand all fields under it's parent field and those irrlevent fields will overwhelming the search result and we can't find what we acutally looking for.
Please make search only return needed result or at least collaps irrelevent fields by default
related issue https://support.mongodb.com/case/012151392 votes
Provide your individual developers access to specified data sources without providing them access to all of the datasources
We want to provide your individual developers access to specified data sources without providing them access to all of the datasources in the Atlas Project.
Unfortunately this is not possible as Charts permissions are at the Project level. Any user provided access to a datasource in a Project will have access to all datasources in that Project.
We want to have the ability to set datasource access permissions per user.
When editing the pipeline for a data source, there is a message saying "This data source is used by one or more charts. Any changes to the pipeline may impact these charts."
It would be nice to have a convenient way to see a list of the charts used by that data source, so that I can fix the charts after modifying the data source pipeline.
Currently, I need to go to each of my charts and click on the "Edit" button to see which data source it is using, which is inconvenient if I have a lot of charts.3 votes
I would to be able to see the queries targeting different data sources and even better would be to get suggestions based on data source of indexes that could improve the performance of charts. Since the people managing the data itself in our case won't create the graphs this would help.2 votes
I'd like to be able to chart some of the metrics from the logs into Charts. This will allow me to have one central place to see all the relevant data I want to chart.2 votes
Currently it seems to only be possible to create charts from databases on a single Project. My org has many teams using Atlas and we each work in separate Projects but occasionally we want to provide visualizations of our data that cross teams. Currently we can't do that because Charts is tied to a single project. To be clear, I'm not interested in being able to combine data from multiple databases into a single chart, but rather into multiple charts in the same dashboard.2 votes
allow to combine Collection A from DB1 and Collection B from DB27 votes
It would be helpful for bulk management to have an API to remove/add or modify data sources.3 votes
Bulk remove data sources instead of one by one.3 votes
I would like to restrict who can add data sources to a charts project.
I want to allow individuals to author their own dashboards and charts but I would like a smaller group the ability to add data source2 votes
We are seeing that we will have the same data source added multiple times.
This is confusing to the end user1 vote
Thanks Scott. We currently allow this because it’s possible the user would want to have multiple data sources pointing to the same collection, but with different data source pipelines.
That said I agree 100% that it’s confusing, and we have some plans to rework data sources to avoid this situation.
In the on-prem version of Charts the page at
From the Data Sources list, click the New Data Source button.
Enter the Connection String URI of the MongoDB deployment to which you want to connect.
For the Atlas version I would like to pull data from any of my Internet accessible MongoDB servers to form a more complete enterprise dashboard. Much like with Compass, all that is needed is a connection string and you are off too charting. The strict only Atlas data access is a bit too restrictive IMHO.1 vote
Charts usually contain aggregated / pivoted data. Ability to alert on a specific variable would be great !32 votes
We would like to have separate databases for each client. They will have access to dashboards we create with their respective data but we would like to have some dashboards for internal use that combine the data from multiple clients. Merging collections in different db's would accomplish this.2 votes
I want to keep hand on my data and prefer to run mongodb database on my servers.
Mongo charts is not so easy to maintain compared to mongoDB so i am interested in the cloud solution, but connected on my self hosted databases.1 vote
We use the new data source pipelines feature to scrub our data sources of sensitive information. Unfortunately, though, right now if a user has permission to create a chart, then they have permission to create data sources. This undoes all of the work to protective sensitive information! Having a permission level that allows a user to create new charts but not new data sources would greatly improving the security/privacy of our data when working with MongoDB Charts.14 votes
Thanks for the feedback Eric. Your scenario is very valid and we’d like to support this. We’d like to integrate this into the Atlas permissions model properly, rather than make it a Charts-only thing, so it may take us a little while to sort this out.
Please add an ability to use same charts with different data sources36 votes
Sometimes it tooks too long to execute queries on large Collections (loading data for charts)12 votesAdminTom (Product Manager, MongoDB) responded
Timeout was increased from 60 seconds to 90 seconds. There aren’t currently plans to increase it further, but keeping the issue open in case it needs it be looked at again in the future.
When adding a chart normally you are using the same data source over and over. Why not pre-select that data source so that you avoid having to click that per every chart you add2 votes
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