Studio 3T 2019.2 is the biggest release of Studio 3T to date, packing two time-saving features into one release, both never before available in the MongoDB tool space.

If you’re frequently migrating data from SQL to MongoDB, SQL Migration provides the most advanced import SQL to MongoDB functionality to date. It lets you export entire SQL databases or import multiple SQL tables to a single MongoDB collection, while allowing you to define exactly how table relationships (one-to-one, one-to-many) should be mapped to JSON documents.

Then there’s Tasks, which lets you schedule and automate frequent jobs  – like the above-mentioned SQL imports – making MongoDB workflows even more convenient, especially for teams.

Headline features

SQL Migration | Import entire SQL databases to MongoDB

Studio 3T users can now enjoy the most convenient import SQL to MongoDB functionality in any MongoDB GUI.

Other tools only let you import a single SQL table to a MongoDB collection, a highly inflexible approach especially when importing enterprise-size databases. Most also don’t offer flexible configuration options, leaving users with default mappings that lead to horror-inducing, post-import cleanup.

With SQL Migration, you can now import multiple SQL tables – whether from a single main table or many tables – into a single MongoDB collection. During the configuration process, you can define exactly how table relationships should be mapped to a JSON document and add/remove/reorder/rename fields, customize field types, define one-to-one or one-to-many relationships, and so on.

Before any import takes place, SQL Migration’s handy JSON preview shows you exactly how the target MongoDB documents will look like, for greater accuracy.

Import unit configuration tab overview featuring the Datasets View, Schema View, and JSON preview

Watch a sneak peek of SQL Migration below, or view the full documentation here: SQL to MongoDB Migration

A sneak peek of SQL to MongoDB Migration

Tasks | Save time, automate MongoDB jobs

Forget configuring the same tasks over and over – Tasks lets you save, load, and run frequent MongoDB jobs on-demand, while the complementary Task Scheduler (Enterprise only) lets you schedule and unschedule them as needed at the times and on the days you specify.

Tasks currently support all types of import (JSON, CSV, SQL, BSON), SQL to MongoDB Migration, and Data Compare & Sync jobs.

Automate and schedule MongoDB tasks in the Task Manager

Read the full documentation here: Tasks for MongoDB

Fixes and improvements

Connection Manager | SRV connection strings now supported

In addition to standard connection strings, Connection Manager now also supports SRV connection strings.

Studio 3T's Connection Manager now supports srv connection strings

View MongoDB’s documentation on the DNS seedlist connection format.

The full list of features, fixes, and improvements is available on our change log.

One more thing

Now that Tasks is available, which of these would you like to see automated next? Let us know in the comments!

  • JSON exports
  • CSV exports
  • SQL exports
  • mongodump exports
  • IntelliShell queries
  • Aggregation queries

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  1. Reply

    Love the task automation addition! Just what I was looking for.

  2. Reply

    Non-commercial is not working on Linux anymore. I get ultimatum to get a trial or buy a license.

  3. Reply

    The button of “Try Studio 3T 2019.2” links to the latest version directly, not the version of 2019.2.

    1. Reply

      Hi Kakai,

      Yes, the download button links to the Download page which points to the latest version. But if you email us at [email protected] with your Order ID, we’d be happy to provide you a link to this particular version.


  4. Reply

    please, JSON exports in tasks!, it really helpful feature

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