Tuesday, March 31, 2015

MongoDB find() and findOne() methods



     In  MongoDB CRUD operation find() and findOne() methods are used to read a documents from the collections. Lets study this methods with example. 

1. find() : 
                  The most basic operation to query documents out of the database is called find(). MongoDB find() method returns all documents present in the database.
 For example, Here I have student database and collection name is grades which has 800 documents. After executing this query it returns first 10 documents and it ask for next 10 documents. If you want more documents type "it" next 10 documents will get display.

    find() method can take some arguments. You can filter result by adding search criteria. For example in "grades" collection there are "homework","quiz" and "exam " type of documents. If I want only "exam" type . The query will be db.grades.find({''type'' :''exam''}).




       We can also add multiple fields in criteria but both the criteria should match. Like here I have selected students with type :exam and you can also include and exclude fields if you want by making field name true or false, here I excluded object id field.





  2. findOne():

 This method also retrieves the data but it returns only one document at a time. Lets see following example fineOne() without argument returns very first document from the collection.



  We can also add criteria in findOne() method like find() method. In following example only document with the "student_id" : 112 is return as specified in criteria.




         









Saturday, September 20, 2014

MongoDB CRUD Operations

               
       MongoDB CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, Delete. MongoDB provides rich semantic to communicate with the database. MongoDB CRUD operations are much similar to SQL create,select,update and delete operations. If you already work with SQL you will find it very easy to understand and if your not then still you will find it very easy! OK, before moving forward to CRUD operation we have to understand how MongoDB stores data. As we know MongoDB is document oriented database it stores the data in the form of documents.
      So no rows and columns. It uses JSON(JavaScript Object Notation) like format to store data. Formally, MongoDB documents are BSON documents. BSON is a binary representation of JSON with additional type information. following image is example of MongoDB document.

     Above document shows fields and values which is much similar to the relational database table but MongoBD uses dynamic schema means you not need to specify datatype, fields before entering data into database such as relational database management system. Following image is example of tabular database.
 In MongoDB there are collections instead of table. In MongoDB database contains number of collections MongoDB stores all the documents in collection. Collection is a group of related documents that have a set of shared common indexes.

Now lets see MongoDB CRUD operations, Mainly include MongoDB read operation and Write operation. It contains some important points such as Cursor, query optimization and distributed queries but we will perform simple operations first for better understanding.
    We will perform the tasks in following order :
  1. Create 
  2. Insert 
  3. Read 
  4. Update 
  5. remove
       Before start performing this operations we have to setup environment means making connection between "mongod" server and "mongo" client. If you don't know how to startup mongo shell then read my previous blog "Downloading and installing MongoDB on windows" 

1. Create:
   lets start from creating database in MongoDB. Now what you have to do is just enter following command on mongo shell,
   Syntax:
          use databasename
  Example:
        use blogdata 
   Database is not created unless you not inserting documents in it.


2. Insert:
     To write into database following syntax is used,
 Syntax:
             db.collectionname.insert({ document to be inserted});

      You can use any other folder name instead of "db" if you want.You don't have to create collection separately. It will automatically get created.
 example:
            
                             

            
        To see the document that you have inserted run this command "db.collectionname.find()", "collectionname" should be the same which you have used earlier to insert document.


  3. Read:
           To read data from the database following command is used,
   Syntax:
                 db.collectionname.find();
    By using this command documents will get displayed, you can be more specific by writing some criteria in find(), by default it will display all documents that contains in collection. But if you want to get specific document then Mongo provides way to write more optimized query you can use :

  • Limit the cursor means you can limit the number of result you get which matches criteria.
  • Can add projections means you can specify which fields you want in result.
  • Can add query criteria 

    Example: 
                      
     This query returns documents in which age is greater than 18. It will display only name and address field because it is specified as "1" if field is "0" then mongo does not display that fields in result. Look at following SQL query which gives same result as mongo query for more better understanding.

         
    4. Update: 
           Update operation is used to modify the documents,
       Syntax:
                  db.collectionname.update({ criteria})
       Example:
            Following query will update the document field "status" as "A" where field "age" has value greater than "18".

     Following SQL query gives the same result as mongo.

     
   5. Remove: 
        Remove operation is used  to delete documents from database,
     Syntax:
                      db.collectionname.remove({criteria})
     Example:
         Following query will remove the documents where "status" field is "D".


   See the SQL query for same operation, 

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Learn how to hack hathway internet on your windows xp/7/8/8.1

Learn how to hack hathway internet on your windows



Welcome all to our blog of itsitrc, this article is for learning the hack for internet access or it can be used to share the internet of same account. Hacking is not good but using it for some useful purpose can propose a way to use and share efficiently. Use following information study purposes, if you get caught in doing such activity you may go through Cyber law, so this article is not responsible for your activity.

Let’s start with the Procedure:

Learn how to change MAC address in windows 8 and Windows 8.1

Learn how to change MAC address in windows 8 and Windows 8.1



MAC address is combination of Hexadecimal values:

Just follow the below pictorial directions and you will be through:



1. Go to Control Panel.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Learn How to set router wifi access with password protected of iball baton router

Hello all, this article is for iball Router internet access configuration setup tutorial for iball baton router. This setting is not so difficult as we will cover it using pictorial views with descriptive headings. So, lets start with it.



Let me discuss you with some basics about router. If you want to enable a wired internet to WIFI internet , you need to connect the incoming internet cable to 1st port of your router. 

About Router: