MongoDB is an open-source document-based database management tool that stores data in JSON-like formats. It uses flexible documents instead of tables and rows to process and store various forms of data. As a NoSQL solution, MongoDB does not require a relational database management system (RDBMS).
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MongoDB is a document-oriented database, providing a scalability and flexibility, which in turn provides high performance. MongoDB stores data in the form of documents, which are JSON-like documents. NoSQL databases like MongoDB are designed to be scalable and perform well.
MongoDB is an open source database that is developed by 10gen Inc. . MongoDB presents an interface called as “BSON”, which provides the ability to store and query non-relational data in a simple manner. It also supports data models such as Document, Array, and Embedded Object.
The typical lifecycle of MongoDB includes:
Data cplection by implementing MongoDB First data is cplected by creating cplection Data is transformed/processed by using insert operation Data is queried by using map/reduce operations The results are then stored in MongoDB database for further usage
Pendo, on the other hand, is a Web-based application development platform. It provides the fplowing features :
Visually design the user interface Create business logic Create unit tests Integrate with any data source Integrate with any API Share application with other users or clients
Pendo itself does not require any installation; it can be deployed on cloud services like Google App Engine or Heroku. It also provides integration with many popular databases such as MongoDB, MySQL, Oracle, and SQL Server.
Integration of MongoDB and Pendo can be done using various methods. Some of these methods include using appropriate connectors for each database. As MongoDB can be integrated with Pendo using mongo_connector plugin , it is used in this article. Integrating Pendo and MongoDB is easy and invpves only few steps:
To integrate Pendo and MongoDB, you need to create a new Pendo project and then add the connector in it. To create a project in Pendo, fplow the fplowing steps. Go to https://app.pendo.io/. In the upper right corner, click on the New Project button to create a new project. Provide a name for your project. This is what will appear in the URL of the project (https://app.pendo.io/<Project Name>. Click on Create Project . Now you have created a new project in Pendo. Before integrating MongoDB with Pendo, you need to install the MongoDB connector plugin in your Pendo project. To do so, go to Settings tab of your project and click on Connectors on left pane of the page. Click on Add New Connector button . Select mongo as connector type and click on Next . Provide details of your mongo database connection string in MongoDB Database Connection String text box. Also provide name of the cplection to be used to store data in the database (i.e., “Test”. and click on Next . Complete your New Connector configuration by providing values for “Label” and “Description” fields and click on Save Connector button . Now you have installed MongoDB connector plugin in your project. To integrate your project with MongoDB, go to Test tab of your project and click on Add New Test button . In Test Navigation Drawer , click on Add New Test Suite and provide test suite name (i.e., “MongoTestSuite”. To integrate your test suite with MongoDB, select mongo_connector in sidebar menu of Test Navigation Drawer . Note that the mongo_connector has been added as a sub-test suite within the “MongoTestSuite” test suite. In Test Details section, provide values for “Label” and “Description” fields and click on Save Test Suite button . From Test Details section, you can see that all mongo_connector elements have been added under Test Details section as shown below. Now you have integrated MongoDB and Pendo using mongo_connector plugin in your test suite. Now you need to write test cases to test whether your integration works correctly or not. For example, your test case could be something like:
Verify that the value of field “DateOfBirth” has been populated correctly when we fetch records from our MongoDB database using $mongoCplection['Test'] relation in Pendo test suite:
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