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Open Source Databases

Alex Onsman
Updated on 20-Jun-2020 08:17:31
Open source databases are those databases who have an open source code i.e anyone may view the code, study it or even modify it. Open source databases could be relational (SQL) or non relational (NoSQL).Why use Open Source Databases?It is quite expensive to create and maintain a database for any company. A huge chunk of the total software expenditure is used to handle databases. So, it is feasible to switch to low cost open source databases. This saves companies a lot of money in the long run.Open Source Databases in useThere many different open source databases in the market. All ... Read More

How to insert a Python object in Mongodb?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Updated on 16-Jun-2020 07:36:08
You can use the pymongo library in Python to connect to a MongoDB database and use it to insert, update, delete, etc objects in Python. The library supports Python datetime objects out of the box and you dont need to do anything special to insert dates in Mongo using PyMongo. For example, Examplefrom pymongo import MongoClient # This will try to connect to MongoDB on the default port and host client = MongoClient() db = client.test_database # Insert the given dictionary to the objects collection: result = db.objects.insert_one({"last_modified": datetime.datetime.utcnow()}) print("Object inserted!")OutputThis will give the output −Object inserted!Note − Always use ... Read More

How to prepare a Python date object to be inserted into MongoDB?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Updated on 12-Jun-2020 08:39:05
You can use the pymongo library in Python to connect to a MongoDB database and use it to insert, update, delete, etc objects in Python. The library supports Python datetime objects out of the box and you dont need to do anything special to insert dates in Mongo using PyMongo.Examplefrom pymongo import MongoClient # This will try to connect to MongoDB on the default port and host client = MongoClient() db = client.test_database # Insert the given dictionary to the objects collection: result = db.objects.insert_one({"last_modified": datetime.datetime.utcnow()}) print("Object inserted!")OutputThis will give the output −Object inserted!Note − Always use datetime.datetime.utcnow(), which returns ... Read More
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