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Sign up user using Microsoft Exchange Account in Node.js MongoDB

I have a question about whether a programming technique is at all possible. Most of the apps these days come with sign up with Facebook, Twitter or gmail functionality. My company has its domain ...
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Expert advice needed for a NoSql Database

At our company, I have been given the task to develop a Mobile Application (iOS, Android and in the future, maybe Windows). Given those devices, it's likely that we'll have a high number of ...
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inserting json document with `.` in key to mongodb

Firstly, this is more of a design question than a programming question. I am creating an application where I have to fetch existing json data and insert it into mongoDB. I found that some of the the ...
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Upload, convert, and store multiple different product data feeds into a database

I'm not sure if this right location for this question, but here it is. I currently have about 30 different CSV or TXT product data feeds. I am trying to build a tool to 1) upload each feed 2) ...
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Authenticate Joomla user from an external app based on Node.js, Javascript and MongoDB

I have an iOS App which currently pulls in all the data from the MongoDB using a Node.js server. Currently my API / my node server handles all the data manipulation the iOS app/Swift only displays the ...
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How to link the data of MongoDB and Neo4j?

I want to implement a system which store the profiles of employee and the resources that they have. There are many types of resources, such as the documents they produced, the techniques they ...
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Feedback on simple authorisation system design

I'm writing a fairly simple authentication/authorisation api for an intranet application we are developing. It's my first roles based authorisation system and its a good opportunity for a first ...
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Is it OK to use mongodb's query object format as a parameter for my api?

I am designing an api that can give developers read-only access to a large dataset. The data is stored in a mongodb database. All the results of the api, will basically either be a count of matches ...
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How to implement partial normalization while keeping data integrity across documents

I've been researching how to properly design a mongo schema and came across this blog post on their site: http://blog.mongodb.org/post/87892923503/6-rules-of-thumb-for-mongodb-schema-design-part-2 ...
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Code structure with MongoDB in python

I am new to MongoDB and python. I know how to make basic use of pymongo in order to manipulate documents. I am having trouble finding how to create some structure or governance in what gets inside ...
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How to consume inconsistent REST API with Mongo DB backend?

We are using a third party REST API and we are building one of the pages on our ASP.NET site around the data it delivers. We get results in JSON, and interact with it mostly using .NET MongoDB Driver. ...
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Decreasing MongoDB Load

I have some stream workers. They are listening to twitter stream and save into mongodb. I need to aggregate saved tweets for intermediate analyze result. I have analyzer workers. They are periodically ...
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What's a good approach for updating millions of rows independently?

I have a MongoDB database with millions of users in collection. An aggregation function returns millions of results with the following format: Array ( [_id] => Array ( [user] => MongoId ...
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How to choose which schema design for a tree structured domain model

I have the following classes that I want to store. public class StorableObject { public string Id { get; set; } } public class User : StorableObject { public string Name { get; set; } } ...
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Regional test-of-concept environment, whose database must be merged back to the main server afterwards

My client wishes to launch a specific version of the Rails platform I am developing that will be restricted to a particular group of users (some sort of test-of-concept). I will have another server ...
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Is having a singleton collection in Mongo (i.e. equivalent of an SQL table with one row) an anti-pattern?

I've been looking for ways to implement this, and haven't found it anywhere, so wonder if I'm doing something silly. Essentially I have a set of information which is relevant to the entire ...
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Unifying database interface for multiple authentication methods

I'm working on a project with Mongo as the db. Currently, we only allow users to sign up with email and we look them up in the db by email address. But now we're moving to allow users to sign up ...
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How to properly index MongoDB with ElasticSearch?

we are working on a JAVA EE project which handles huge amount of data, but has to provide full-text-search option (in hungarian language). So we started to think about what kind of architecture could ...
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Synchronizing content between web-based app and game server

I have a MUD server, written in C, that I'm trying to move from file-based storage to MongoDB. Eventually, I'd like to offload administration of game content and settings to a web console, written in ...
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Is this MEAN stack design-pattern suitable at the 1,000-10,000 user scale?

Let's say that when a user logs into a webapp, he sees a list of information. Let's say that list of information is served by one of two dynos (via heroku), but that the list of information ...