I need to inc a variable within the case specific object in an array in the profile object in the users object/mongo collection. The case specific object’s name will equal a local variable, and the I want to inc the variable num by 1. What would the syntext for this look like? Answer I don’t know exactly what your model
I have a query: That returns the following array sorted: The problem is that it seems to sort on the first numeric character so it thinks the proper sequence is 1, 10, 2, 3, etc…. what I really want is for it to sort on both the whole numerical part so that 10 would be at the end. I’d prefer
I just started nodejs development. I am testing mongodb driver but repeatedly getting assertEquals has no method. code from sourceRepo Error has no method ‘assertEquals’ How to reolve it? Answer You can use Node’s Assert for this (where it is called equal rather than equal*s*): However, for Unit tests or something similar you should consider using some testing framework. eg.
Just a simple query, for example with a double ref in the model. Schema / Model Query I already tried something like In fact only one of the populates works. So, how do is get two populates working ? Answer You’re already using the correct syntax of: Perhaps the meal ObjectId from the order isn’t in the Meals collection?
I really like the format of the _ids generated by mongodb. Mostly because I can pull data like the date out of them client side. I’m planning to use another database but still want that type of _id for my document. How can I create these ids without using mongodb? Thanks! Answer Object IDs are usually generated by the client,
Working with Nodejs and MongoDB through Node MongoDB native driver. Need to retrieve some documents, and make modification, then save them right back. This is an example: With asynchronous nature, if the process of updating the document takes longer, then when cursor reaches the end of documents, database connection is closed. Not all updates are saved to the database. If
How do I get the timestamp from the MongoDB id? Answer The timestamp is contained in the first 4 bytes of a mongoDB id (see: http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Object+IDs). So your timestamp is: and