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  • Basic MongoDB Queries

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    1) Create a "testDB" database.

    use testDB

    2) Create a collection name "users" and adding the value together using single command.
     

    db.logins.insert({username:"neetu"})

    or

     First create a collection of name logins
     

    db.createCollection("logins")

    Then add the users in collection.
     

     db.logins.insert({username:"neetubisht"})
     db.logins.insert({username:"gunjan"})

     

    3) Use following command for fetching the data of collection . It will display all the users list of logins collection.
     

     db.logins.find()

    4) To get  users count in logins collection.
     

      db.logins.count()

    5) Find query with conditions.
     

     db.logins.find({username : "gunjan"})

    6) Find query with limited number of records.
     

     db.logins.find().limit(2)


    7) Display all the collections list
     

     show collections

     

    8) Like query syntax. It will display all the users having neetu in usename.
     

    db.users.find({"username": /neetu/})

    9) To get users list sorted by username in descending order

    db.mycollection.find().sort({"username":-1})

    10) To get users list sorted by username in ascending order.
     

    db.mycollection.find().sort({"username":1})

     

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