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    2 comments  ·  Compass » General  ·  Admin →
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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    In the aggregation builder, it is possible to disable the stage preview (see screenshot attached) and only enable it when you want to take a look at the results. Would that be a good way to solve your use case?

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Thank you for submitting this request, Dushyant.

    This is not something we support in Compass today, although we are looking at how we can enable users to work with multiple connections/clusters at the same time. We'll keep your request in mind and reach out if we have more questions.

    In the meantime, you have 2 options:
    1. if you are using Atlas, you can set up a Data Federation instance (https://www.mongodb.com/docs/atlas/data-federation/overview/) where you map your separate clusters to virtual collections and then run an aggregate as if they were the same cluster

    2. you can use the MongoDB shell from the terminal and do more or less what you expected to do in your example: you can keep 2 connections open at the same time (with the connect() method), run your first aggregate, store the results in an array, and then inject the array into the second pipeline using the $documents stage (https://www.mongodb.com/docs/manual/reference/operator/aggregation/documents/).

  4. 2 votes

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    This is already possible. Or were you looking for something different?

  5. 1 vote

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    There are a couple of ways to do that:

    1. pass parameters with `eval` mongosh --eval 'parameter=value' yourscript.js, where the script can then read the parameters as variables
    2. if at the end of your script you call exit(), whatever you put after that can be used as argument that you read in process.argv.

  6. 12 votes

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    started  ·  4 comments  ·  Compass » Connectivity  ·  Admin →
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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    With Compass 1.31 (currently in beta), we have a solution for all the pain points described in the original suggestion, even though the solution is different from the suggested one:
    - As we've done since Compass 1.21, the connection string text field keeps keeping the password hidden unless the user explicitly chooses to show it
    - Favorite connections with SSH tunneling or other settings will be saved correctly and all the options will be used when reusing the connection.

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Starting from Compass 1.21, the password for favorites is hidden by default.

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    From Compass' perspective, exporting data is the same as running a query and is therefore subject to the same permissions at the db level.

    Who is the "admin" this your scenario? The admin of the computer? If yes, then I suppose they could restrict the user from writing to disk on the machine where Compass runs. We do have customers that make their users to use Compass installed on a sandboxed VM for this type of restricted access use cases.

  8. 4 votes

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Admittedly, we currently don't have a shortcut to run the current line.

    We do, however, have shortcuts to run the whole playground (Ctrl + Alt + R on Win/Linux and Cmd + Option + R on macOS) or the current selection (Ctrl + Alt + R on Win/Linux and Cmd + Option + S on macOS).

    Shortcuts are also customizable from VS Code's global shortcuts config screen. Just search for MongoDB.

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    It's already possible to set a custom name for favorite connections: https://docs.mongodb.com/compass/current/connect/favorite-connections/

  10. 2 votes

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    After typing a query, just pressing Enter is enough to execute it.

    Is there a reason for preferring Ctrl+Enter over just Enter?

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    We intentionally made playgrounds stateless so they are more flexible and each run is repeatable and does not depend on a database being or not being selected.

    However, I see how that can become a pain point for the "run selected lines" use case. For those situations you currently have 2 options:

    1. you repeat use('db') multiple times.
    2. you use db.getSiblingDB('db').getCollection('coll')... so then you can run the specific statement/command only.

  12. 3 votes

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    How would you imagine that to work? Is it just the convenience of the entry point in the collection menu that would take you to an editor or were you thinking of something else?

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    started  ·  2 comments  ·  MongoDB Shell » Commands  ·  Admin →
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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Thank you for bringing that up.

    We are actually in the process to remove all offensive terminology from all products.

    The new MongoDB Shell currently still includes isMaster() for backwards compatibility as it's probably one of the most used commands. However, the new command to do the same thing is db.hello()/rs.hello().

    Properties like slaveDelay will be gone from the server response too.

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Thank you for your suggestion, Andrew. Let us look into how we can improve that – especially the sorting order.

    In the meantime, I just wanted to mention that there is a way to search for a db or collection. Please see the screenshot attached.

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    It is possible to export the schema: https://docs.mongodb.com/compass/current/schema/export. Is that close enough to what you are looking for or are you thinking of something different?

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    How would you expect that to work?

    If it's just about displaying in your local time zone, in mongosh you could do something like in the screenshot below, by taking advantage of JS' Date object.

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    If this suggestion refers to autosuggestion when typing a query, that already works (see screenshot attached).

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Just wanted to mention that MongoDB for VS Code could be a viable option for this, if you are looking for an environment that is more editor based: https://www.mongodb.com/products/vs-code.

    We are debating whether we should have similar functionality in Compass though.

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    AdminMassimiliano (Admin, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Compass 1.22 comes with an embedded shell. Is that close enough to what you are looking for?

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