Vassilis Kazazakis
1509, 2017

How to Do MongoDB Map-Reduce Jobs Easily With Studio 3T

By |September 15th, 2017|0 Comments

In this post, we will see how Studio 3T (formerly MongoChef) can make your life easy with writing, debugging, and running MongoDB Map-Reduce jobs using the amazing new Map-Reduce Screen. MongoDB Map-Reduce vs Aggregation Pipeline A Map-Reduce Example Filtering the Input Data map() Function reduce() Function finalize() Function Running the Map-Reduce Job Map-Reduce [...]

Kathryn Vargas
1309, 2017

How to Enable Dark Theme in Studio 3T

By |September 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Here at Studio 3T, we always keep a close eye on your suggestions and requests. We've noticed a lot of you want a dark theme in a MongoDB GUI - and trust us when we say it's on our radar 🙂  - but did you know that you can already turn on dark [...]

Kathryn Vargas
1209, 2017

3 Tips for SQL Users New To MongoDB

By |September 12th, 2017|0 Comments

As the digital world continues to store data that’s exponentially growing in amount and complexity, the advantages of using a NoSQL database such as MongoDB become crystal clear. NoSQL databases are easier to scale. No schema or a predefined structure means more flexibility in data handling, especially if you have variable data. But [...]

Thomas Zahn
609, 2017

How to List MongoDB Users by Role with Studio 3T

By |September 6th, 2017|0 Comments

In this tutorial, we will see how to easily find and show all users that have been granted a specific role in MongoDB with Studio 3T (formerly MongoChef). In MongoDB, users are defined for specific databases. Each user is then assigned a number of roles that in turn define the user’s privileges. While [...]

Kathryn Vargas
2908, 2017

How to Import and Export MongoDB Data with Studio 3T

By |August 29th, 2017|0 Comments

Importing and exporting MongoDB data can be a tedious task, especially when done from a standard command line interface. Studio 3T is a MongoDB GUI that boasts time-saving import and export features - which our users love - and supports various file formats, so you never have to type a single command line [...]

Kathryn Vargas
2508, 2017

Query Code: The Easiest Way to Convert a MongoDB Query to JavaScript, Java, Python, C# and the mongo Shell Language

By |August 25th, 2017|0 Comments

With the release of Studio 3T 5.5.0 comes Query Code, a powerful feature that allows users to convert MongoDB queries to five target languages: JavaScript (Node.js), Java, Python, C#, and the mongo shell language. That means you can generate driver code from within Studio 3T in four easy steps: Simply query as you normally [...]

Kathryn Vargas
2508, 2017

What’s New in Studio 3T 5.5

By |August 25th, 2017|0 Comments

We’re happy to announce our newest release: Studio 3T 5.5.0! Just like SQL Querying on MongoDB, the headline feature of Release 5.3.0, our latest release packs another useful feature that will tremendously help those new to MongoDB and save valuable time for those who frequently query in multiple [...]

Thomas Zahn
2108, 2017

How to Create MongoDB Users and Grant Roles with Studio 3T

By |August 21st, 2017|0 Comments

MongoDB user management from the command line can be a very cumbersome and unwieldy task. Luckily, Studio 3T (formerly MongoChef) makes it super-easy to create MongoDB users and manage their roles. In this tutorial, I will assume that you have already set up a user administrator for your database. If not, please first [...]

Kathryn Vargas
1508, 2017

How to Connect to a MongoDB Database Hosted by a Cloud Provider

By |August 15th, 2017|8 Comments

Have Your MongoDB Connection String Ready Download Studio 3T here. Create a free sandbox database instance with a MongoDB cloud hosting provider, for example with Compose, ObjectRocket, or mLab. MongoDB hosters will give you a connection string URI that looks like this: Example: mongodb://<user>:<password>@aws-us-east-1-portal.4.dblayer.com:20032,aws-us-east-1-portal.25.dblayer.com:20032/admin?ssl=true <user> and <password> placeholders are usually preset with your [...]

Kathryn Vargas
508, 2017

How to Export MongoDB to SQL

By |August 5th, 2017|0 Comments

One of the most popular Studio 3T features is Export to SQL, a premium feature available in the Pro and Enterprise editions of Studio 3T. Let's take a look at how easy it is to safely export MongoDB to SQL. Access the Export Wizard by right-clicking on a server, database, or collection and choose Export [...]

Thomas Zahn
208, 2017

How to Update a MongoDB Field In-Place with Studio 3T

By |August 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Updating the value of a particular field in a document is incredibly simple with Studio 3T (formerly MongoChef). Thanks to our In-Place Editing feature, you can edit fields directly in-place in the Tree and Table views. First, open your collection that contains the document to update, and then: Tree View Select the field whose value [...]

Yvonne Karwig
3107, 2017

MongoDB Developer Productivity in an Agile World

By |July 31st, 2017|0 Comments

This guest post is courtesy of Pascal Desmarets from Hackolade. Most database developers will tell you that traditional relational SQL databases are not ideally suited for agile development. They require a schema defined upfront and subsequent (costly) database migrations as the structure changes -- all things that don’t fit well within the two-three-week [...]

Yvonne Karwig
2407, 2017

What’s New in Studio 3T 5.4

By |July 24th, 2017|0 Comments

Our very latest release for Studio 3T is 5.4.0. We focused on further improving our user experience in small but significant ways – and we’re sure that you’ll enjoy using Studio 3T even more as a result. You can download the latest version here […]

Thomas Zahn
1707, 2017

How to Copy and Paste a MongoDB Collection to Another Database

By |July 17th, 2017|3 Comments

Studio 3T (formerly MongoChef) makes copying a collection across MongoDB databases and servers a breeze - you literally just copy and paste your collection! 1. Copy MongoDB Collection Select the source collection you want to copy and right-click it in the connection tree. In our case, this is collection test.people on localhost. Choose [...]

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