MongoDB

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I can see previous post about demanding MongoDB support...

I'm sorry, but we still REALLY need MongoDB support in DataGrip! And also likely other no-sql db, but MongoDB in 1 priority!

I'm also aware about Robomongo, Mongo Management Studio, MongoVUE and so on, actually now I'm using robomongo.. But it's like a using phpPgAdmin for Postgre instead of DataGrip, I think you understood me) 

Can you please consider about planning to develop connector to MongoDB in DataGrip?

Thank you!

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Hello Alexander,

We have such request for MongoDB and noSQL support in general, please follow the: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/DBE-41 . This is definitely in plans, though no certain ETA for now.

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It's very good that this already in ticket. I presume that plans realization for this would be not far off)

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Any news on this subject? The mentioned ticket has not been updated, is still in "Submitted" state and unassigned.

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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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