MongoDB

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This probably won't make it into the initial release, but I would really, really, really like support for no-SQL databases, in my case, specifically for MongoDB. RazorSQL has limited support for MongoDB that tries to shoe-horn it into a SQL/tables mindset. That's not the path I hope you take. RoboMongo is much, much closer to what I hope you guys can implement.

Regardless of whether you implement no-SQL support, this is a great idea for a product. I think you guys can easily create an awesome database development tool.

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I completely agree.

While JDBC-based SQL support makes sense for the initial release(s), some support for querying non-SQL datastores would be very welcome in the future.
Mongo especially sees a lot of usage across the industry today, while the current tooling (RoboMongo) leaves quite a bit to be desired.

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A commercial tool for MongoDB support from JetBrains would be amazing!

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As No-SQL data stores are becoming mainstream, DBE can support the popular ones like MongoDB and Redis. Our company is working on a product which has 3 data stores (MySQL, Redis and Mongo)  used for various aspects of the system. Right now we use different tools for different data-stores. It would be awesome if DBE could integrate with them so that we could administer all 3 stores from a single interface.

Some tools we use now:

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There is a mongo plugin that works with other JetBrains IDEs. I don't see it listed in the plugins available to 0xDBE, but I know it's popular for IntelliJ IDEA:

https://github.com/dboissier/mongo4idea

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This plugin looks interesting. Thanks :)!

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Hi all,
Finally we are adding support for MongoDB to DataGrip!
You may install DataGrip 2019.3 EAP (early access program) and try out basic MongoDB functionality:

  1. Introspection. You can observe collections and fields in the database explorer
  2. Data viewer. Open any collection, apply filter, sort columns
  3. Query console. Write shell-like queries, select them and run it via Ctr/Cmd+Enter. There is currently no coding assistance and you can execute only limited number of MongoDB functions.

 

For more details follow https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/DBE-285

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Is this for DataGrip only or is this going to be in IntelliJ as well?

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Nino Dinatale,

It's supposed to work in all IntelliJ based IDEs.

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