MongoDB’s Time Series collections are a way of more efficiently indexing and storing the data which makes up a time series, without the overhead of each data point containing multiple repetitions of the same fields. There are three components to a time series record. Firstly, it includes the acquisition time for the data. Then identification […]
A guide for Linux users wanting to install Studio 3T.
A guide on how to install Studio 3T on macOS.
A guide on how to install Studio 3T on Windows.
Studio 3T 2022.7 and later supports the creation and display of aliases and notes for items in the Connection Tree. It allows items in the tree to have an alternative name (alias) and have text, such as documentation, attached to it (notes). You can only create aliases and notes for: Databases Collections Views GridFS Buckets […]
Summary: The progress of Tasks and other operations run in Studio 3T is displayed in the Operations Pane. Inside the Pane is a tree of results, where the leaves of the tree reveal further information about a task. Operations in Studio 3T come from a range of actions: Copying a collection. Running a unit in […]
Here’s how you can point Studio 3T’s built-in mongo shell, IntelliShell, to use a different mongo.exe file in case you’re still on an older MongoDB version.
A guide on how to install Studio 3T on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Follow these steps after launching Studio 3T to be able to connect to the web License Manager through a proxy server.
The License Manager is the web portal where you can easily manage your Studio 3T licenses and seats.