The big news in Studio 3T 2022.2 is that the February release of Studio 3T brings the much-requested native support for Apple Silicon based Mac systems. It’s a huge performance boost for Mac users with M1 MacBooks and iMacs. But that’s not the only addition to this release. MongoDB 5.0 users can now add the powerful
$setWindowFields stage to their aggregations. There’s also a smoother export experience.
Headline features in Studio 3T 2022.2
Apple Silicon Support is now available for users of Apple’s macOS systems with M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max processors. The new build is available as a separate download from the traditional Apple Intel release and therefore the switch to an Apple Silicon build needs to be done manually. If you update from the current Intel version, you will be updated to the latest Intel version. For the Apple Silicon version, go to the Studio 3T download page and select the Apple Silicon version from the platform options, download and install.
Find Options are now supported in the Collections tab. These options reflect the MongoDB 4.4’s opportunities for setting collation and allowing disk use, similar to the options available in aggregation.
Aggregation users on MongoDB 5.0 and later can select $setWindowFields as an aggregation stage. This is a powerful aggregation option which allows calculations to be performed on a rolling window of documents.
Other Improvements in Studio 3T 2022.2
Export: Exporting to another collection has a more streamlined user experience. When exporting, the export destination defaults to the current database and
_exported appended to the collection name. The user can click Change target to select a different destination.
Copy/Paste Database: When a database is copied and pasted in the Connection tree, on completion of the paste operation, the tree will be automatically refreshed and display the new database in the correct position.
Java Driver: Studio 3T’s Java driver is now updated to version 4.4.1 which supports MongoDB 5.2.
We’d like to thank the users of Studio 3T who have yet again been invaluable to making Studio 3T better for them and everyone else.
For Studio 3T 2022.2, we are thanking Marshall Giguere for suggesting file choosers should retain their last location and Gilles Richard who identified issues in JSON view document selection.
Also Improved in Studio 3T 2022.2
File Choosers: When choosing a file to open or save, the file choosers now behave consistently across platforms, remembering the path to the last folder opened.
SQL Imports: Reporting on SQL Imports is now more readable in the Operations Pane.
Code-folding: Typing performance in editors with code-folding support has been improved in cases of complex documents.
SQL Migration: Enhanced table management when dropping tables during a migration.
IntelliShell: Improvements to Windows Dark mode handling in autocompletion popups.
Server Status Charts: This feature, when in use, created an issue on Ubuntu when closing Studio 3T. Studio 3T now closes correctly.
Connection Tree: Users and Roles no longer duplicate themselves when the tree is refreshed.
Aggregation Editor: A crash which could occur when an invalid query was entered and formatted in the stage editor has been resolved.
JSON View: Selecting documents for Edit, Copy or Remove now selects the correct documents in the presence of collapsed documents in the view.
Compare/Sync: Previously, selecting Show Documents in the Compare/Sync Multiple Matches tab could lead to crashes.
Stored Functions: A crash which could occur when saving a stored function was resolved.
Mongo Shell: When the selected Mongo shell is not executable, an improved error message is now displayed.
Value Search: JSON view modes now behave correctly when using Open in Collection.
For the full history of changes in Studio 3T, see the change log.
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