The pymongo and mongoengine installation and use tutorials contain common command line and code examples

Time:2020-3-17

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pymongo and mongoengine tutorial on ubuntu 16.04

Guide

version

  • mongo 2.6.10
  • mongo gui: robo3t-1.3.1
  • pymongo 3.9.0
  • MongoEngine 0.18.2

install mongodb

sudo apt-get install -y mongodb

mongo shell

mongo --host mongodb0.example.com --port 27017

mongo --version
MongoDB shell version: 2.6.10

see mongo shell

> mongo 
# show all dbs
> show dbs

# display current db
>db
test (default database)

# switch or create db
> use mydb
> db.help()

> show collections
posts
system.indexes

> db.posts.help()

> db.posts.find()

help on db and collections

>db.dropDatabase()
>db.posts.drop()
>db.copyDatabase("mydb","backup_mydb")

mongo gui

Robomongo offically changed it’s name and released two different products Studio 3T and Robo 3T. Old robomongo is now called Robo 3T. Studio 3T is for professionals.

wget https://download-test.robomongo.org/linux/robo3t-1.3.1-linux-x86_64-7419c406.tar.gz

vim .bashrc
export PATH=/home/kezunlin/program/robo3t/bin:$PATH

allow mongodb to access from remote.

vim /etc/mongodb.conf
#bind_ip = 127.0.0.1
bind_ip = 0.0.0.0

by default, mongodb only allow to access from local.

restart mongodb again

> sudo service mongodb status
 mongodb.service - An object/document-oriented database
   Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/mongodb.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
   Active (running) since 4 September 26, 2019 16:11:03 CST; 7S ago
     Docs: man:mongod(1)
 Main PID: 4917 (mongod)
    Tasks: 10
   Memory: 3.0G
      CPU: 70ms
   CGroup: /system.slice/mongodb.service
           └─4917 /usr/bin/mongod --config /etc/mongodb.conf

September 26 16:11:03 node17 SYSTEMd [1]: started an object / document oriented database
September 26 16:11:03 node17 mongod [4917]: warning: bind_ip of 0.0.0.0 is unnecessary; listens on all IPS by default

access from remote now

robo3t

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python mongodb

pip install pymongo
pip install mongoengine

One library that provides a higher abstraction on top of PyMongo is MongoEngine. MongoEngine is an object document mapper (ODM), which is roughly equivalent to a SQL-based object relational mapper (ORM). The abstraction provided by MongoEngine is class-based, so all of the models you create are classes.

pymongo

def test_mongo_client():

    from pymongo import MongoClient
    client = MongoClient('localhost', 27017)

    db = client['mydb']

    posts = db.posts
    post_data = {
        'title': 'Python and MongoDB',
        'content': 'PyMongo is fun, you guys',
        'author': 'Scott'
    }
    result = posts.insert_one(post_data)
    print('One post: {0}'.format(result.inserted_id))


    post_1 = {
        'title': 'Python and MongoDB',
        'content': 'PyMongo is fun, you guys',
        'author': 'Scott'
    }
    post_2 = {
        'title': 'Virtual Environments',
        'content': 'Use virtual environments, you guys',
        'author': 'Scott'
    }
    post_3 = {
        'title': 'Learning Python',
        'content': 'Learn Python, it is easy',
        'author': 'Bill'
    }
    new_result = posts.insert_many([post_1, post_2, post_3])
    print('Multiple posts: {0}'.format(new_result.inserted_ids))

    # find one 
    bills_post = posts.find_one({'author': 'Bill'})
    print(bills_post)

    # fine many
    scotts_posts = posts.find({'author': 'Scott'})
    print(scotts_posts)

    for post in scotts_posts:
        print(post)

    client.close()

mongoengine

from mongoengine import *

def test_mongo_engine():
    # define collection 
    class Post(Document):
        title = StringField(required=True, max_length=200)
        content = StringField(required=True)
        author = StringField(required=True, max_length=50)
        published = DateTimeField(default=datetime.datetime.now)

    connect('mydb', 
        host='localhost', 
        port=27017, 
        alias="default" # must be `default`
    )
    # mongoengine.connection.MongoEngineConnectionError: You have not defined a default connection

    post_1 = Post(
        title='Sample Post',
        content='Some engaging content',
        author='Scott'
    )
    post_1.save()       # This will perform an insert
    print(post_1.title)
    print(post_1.id)

    post_1.title = 'A Better Post Title'
    post_1.save()       # This will perform an atomic edit on "title"
    print(post_1.title)
    print(post_1.id)

    disconnect(alias='default')

test_mongo_engine()

Reference

  • mongodb tutorial
  • getting-started-with-python-and-mongodb
  • introduction-to-mongodb-and-python
  • mongodb-orm-for-python
  • mongoengine
  • mongoengine tutorial
  • robomongo

History

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Copyright

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