When Atlas user creates a rolling index in Data Explorer, we can see the name of the index being built in Activity Feed. However, if Atlas user creates an index or drops an index, the index name is not revealed in Activity Feed. This creates some complexity to trace which index is created or dropped via the Data Explorer1 vote
The Clusters > Collections > Find option offers an auto-fill drop-down of previous entries, which is super helpful. However, it seems to offer suggestions from previous queries of all the Collections. This is not helpful, since Document keys tend not to overlap across Collections, so it would be even more helpful if the drop-down only listed previous queries from the selected Collection.1 vote
- Add a collection
- Add an object field
- Add a string field to that object. Call it _id.
- Enter some value Save it.
- Try to Edit by clicking on the edit button.
- Try editing the value of _id (string) field. Not happening.
We have many developers, and it is much easier for them to use the Atlas UI vs. having to RDP to another box and use tools like MongoDB shell, or Compass. At the same time, I do not wish for them to have write access via the Atlas UI. Can I please request that the Copy document button be made available via the Project Data Access Read Only permission?
Please see the attached screen snippet, and the following support case for addtional details: https://support.mongodb.com/case/00652224
Not sure if MongoDB was supposed to be unstructured even for keys. Because MongoDB currently does not support '$' and '.' in its keys, is it possible for MongoDB to throw an error if '$' or '.' are detected in keys during insert? MongoDB currently does not do that and is problematic to fix for previous large databases which have '$' or '.' in keys1 vote
What is the problem that needs to be solved? Allow to configure
maxTimeMSfor commands executed from Data Explorer.
Why is it a problem? (the pain) A) Data Explorer cannot work with [views](https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/core/views/index.html) in case if the view is taking >15000 ms to be load. Data Explorer cannot work with [find](https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/reference/command/find/index.html) in case if that find operation is taking >15000 ms to be completed.1 vote
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