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With the new My Queries screen we introduced in Compass 1.31 it's possible to see and search for all queries and aggregations in one place and if the namespace they were originally built against is not available in the current cluster, it's possible to apply them to a different namespace.
Sharing with other people is not possible yet but from the My Queries screen it's possible to copy a pipeline in one click.
An error occurred while saving the commentJulie commented
2 thoughts. I recently went through a migration exercise where I had over 50 agg pipelines that I wanted to migrate. I was able to export/import the connections, but I had to manually locate the pipelines from the metadata folder, copy/stage them, download them to the new machine, and then drop them into the same location. I was lucky it worked, but I also feel that if I ran into issues - this wouldn't be considered a supported approach. It wasn't well documented either and I feel only as a MongoDB employee I could figure this out. It would be good to have a way to migrate the work (or store this in a central location for shared access).
Also - since we are leaning into App Services - and there are functions that are exposed in App Services, have direct deployment from compass to App services would be a very logical integration point. Not sure if that is being considered - but it would definitely promote the use of Atlas App Services. We are promoting the exposure of data via Graph or Data API calls, so why not directly deploy agg pipeline from compass to app services? That could be a very logical repository location, IMHO