Editing data in MongoDB
Modify data in the data editor
Open the MongoDB collection in the data editor.
Double-click the cell and modify a value.
Click the Preview Pending Changes icon () to see the DML.
Add a document to a collection
For MongoDB, adding a document to a collection is similar to adding a row to a relational table. The difference is that it is not mandatory for all the documents of a collection to have the same fields.
In the Database Explorer ( ) , double-click a MongoDB collection to open it in the data editor.
To add the draft of a document, right-click any area in the data editor and select Add Row. Alternatively, click the Add Row button () in the toolbar.
Change the values of fields from
<unset>to the required ones.
If a specific field is not required in the new document, or must be generated upon the new document creation (for example, the values of
_idcolumn), leave it as
If you need to add the fields that are not currently present as columns in the new document, right-click any area in the data editor and select Add Column. Set the values of your new fields for the new document.
Click the Submit button () in the toolbar.
View and edit data in a separate editor
You can view and edit data and also raw JSON in a separate editor.
Right-click a cell in the collection opened in the data editor and select Open in Value Editor.
In the separate editor, you can wrap long values and change their types. To wrap a value, click Toggle Soft-Wrap. To change the type, click the type list and select the necessary value. Alternatively, to change a type, you can right-click a cell and select Change Type.
Add and delete columns
Right-click a header row of a column and select Add Column or Delete Column.