Category : pymongo

import pymongo from pymongo import MongoClient connection = pymongo.MongoClient("mongodb+srv://:@cluster0.zev7c.mongodb.net/myFirstDatabase?retryWrites=true&w=majority") db=connection[‘study’] collection=db[‘college’] one = collection.find_one({‘studentName’:"Gopi"}) print(one) when I run this code in python showing the result {‘_id’: ObjectId(‘6174eb2d3d927d29a8d0b271’), ‘studentid’: 2, ‘studentName’: ‘Gopi’, ‘Branch’: ‘Electrical’, ‘joinedyear’: 2018, ‘Hostel’: ‘A2’} but when i run the same code in Powerbi Data is not showing. enter image description here Source: ..

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import pymongo import dns import pandas as pd import matplotlib as md client = pymongo.MongoClient("mongodb+srv://:@cluster0.zev7c.mongodb.net/myFirstDatabase?retryWrites=true&w=majority") cursor=client.study.college.find({}) for doc in cursor: print (doc) I can run this code in python and i am getting output. but when i run the same code in powerbi the data is not showing. Source: Python..

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I am trying to connect to my MogoDB cluster at Atlas using Pymongo. But it’s giving this error which I can’t relate. (Note: <mypasswordhere> is just for privacy purposes. I used the correct password there.) >>> from pymongo import MongoClient >>> CONNECTION_STRING = ‘mongodb+srv://edusanketdk:<mypasswordhere>@cluster0.drpzp.mongodb.net/myFirstDatabase?retryWrites=true&w=majority’ >>> client = MongoClient(CONNECTION_STRING) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<input>", ..

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In Pymongo, I have the following block of code. I would need to bring in all of the data associated with my time search query into memory for further handling. To do that, I use the following block of code. search_query = {"time" : {"$lte" : datetime.datetime.now()}} search_result = mongo_collection.find(search_query) ascending_search_result = search_result.sort("time", 1) oldest_time ..

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In Pymongo, I have the following block of code. I would need to bring in all of the data associated with my time search query into memory for further handling. To do that, I use the following block of code. search_query = {"time" : {"$lte" : datetime.datetime.now()}} search_result = mongo_collection.find(search_query) ascending_search_result = search_result.sort("time", 1) oldest_time ..

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I wrote a simple query/sorting function def getLeaders(): return users.find().sort(‘wins’, pymongo.DESCENDING) I have a parser for the different webpages in my app (as displayed, just one leader for now) elif path == "leaderboard": leaders = DbHandler.getLeaders() content = util.getFile("templates/leaderboard.html") content = content.replace(‘{{ Username 1 }}’, leaders[0][‘username’]) content = content.replace(‘{{ Wins 1 }}’, leaders[0][‘wins’]) return responses.create200(content, ..

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im a total beginner in PyMongo. This code is returning an empty list. Could you please help me in finding the mistake: rows = self.db.Activity.aggregate( [ { ‘$group’:{ "_id": { "user_id": "$user_id", "transportation_mode": "$transportation_mode", "start_date_time": "$start_date_time", "end_date_time": "$end_date_time" }, "count": {‘$sum’:1} } }, {‘$match’: { "count": { ‘$gt’: 1 } } }, {‘$project’: {"_id":0, "user_id":"_id.user_id", ..

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DescripciĆ³n I have this and I need to convert the ObjectId to String because in the models collection it is as a string. match = {‘$match’: { …simplematch}} uidConvertion = {‘$addFields’: { "uid": {"$convert": {"input": "$_id", "to": "string"}}} } join = {‘$lookup’: { ‘from’: ‘model’, ‘localField’: ‘uid’, ‘foreignField’: ‘exampleCollection’, ‘as’: ‘models’ }} res = db.exampleCollection.aggregate([ ..

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