Category Archives: mongodb

MongoDb _id field

What the Mongo doc says about it is: _id Field If the document does not specify an _id field, then MongoDB will add the _id field and assign a unique ObjectId for the document before inserting. Most drivers create an … Continue reading

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MongoDb – limiting collection size

Recently I had a small task: storing some client events in MongoDb. This was supposed to be a separate collection, with just one simple requirement: we only needed to keep last 100 events per client. Now, when you think about … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration with MongoDb – MongoDB, build parties, and deploying your web application at 11am on a Wednesday

Today I’ve seen a very interesting post in MongoDb blog: MongoDB, build parties, and deploying your web application at 11am on a Wednesday What’s interesting about it is that in our current project, we’ve been going to implement the same … Continue reading

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MongoDb 2.4 and the new (not yet improved) text search

In 2.4 release, MongoDb acquired some very useful and long awaited features. One of them is full-text search. It’s still in beta though and therefore not recommended for production use. Still, you can enable it to play with and see … Continue reading

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MongoDB and the transactions thingy

In my current project, we’re using a no-SQL database called MongoDB. It’s superfast, document-based, and it’s exactly what we need. It also scales well, but it has at least two things people have to know about before the leap of … Continue reading

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