General Information about the MongoDB is given below in short.
Agile and Scalable
MongoDB (from “humongous”) is an open-source document database, and the leading NoSQL database. Written in C++, MongoDB features:
Document-Oriented Storage »
JSON-style documents with dynamic schemas offer simplicity and power.
Full Index Support »
Index on any attribute, just like you’re used to.
Replication & High Availability »
Mirror across LANs and WANs for scale and peace of mind.
Scale horizontally without compromising functionality.
Rich, document-based queries.
Fast In-Place Updates »
Atomic modifiers for contention-free performance.
Flexible aggregation and data processing.
Store files of any size without complicating your stack.
Professional Support by MongoDB »
Enterprise class support, training, and consulting available.
MongoDB with MicroStrategy from 9.4
Post-Certification for MongoDB 2.4 on MicroStrategy 9.4.0
MongoDB is supported as a warehouse with MicroStrategy 9.4.0. This support status applies to MicroStrategy Intelligence Server 9.4.0 running on Windows and Linux – it does not apply to MicroStrategy Intelligence Server 9.3.1 running on AIX, Solaris or HP-UX.
This is a post-support status since the testing was performed after the release of MicroStrategy 9.4.0. Therefore, this support information (tabulated below) is not present in the General Information Readme files in MicroStrategy 9.4.0.
The following is the support information Intelligence Server on Windows and Linux for MicroStrategy 9.4.0:
||Recommended ODBC Driver
|| 32-bit Simba MongoDB ODBC Driver 0.04.x
In order to use MongoDB as a warehouse with MicroStrategy Intelligence Server 9.4.0, users must use the ‘MongoDB 2.x’ object in the ‘Database Connection Type’ window (located at Configuration Managers > Database Instance Manager > Database Instance) in MicroStrategy Desktop 9.4.0.
In order to access MongoDB as an object in ‘Database Connection Type’ window, contact MicroStrategy Technical Support in order to receive a file necessary to install this object.
Refer to the following MicroStrategy Knowledge Base dcoument for information on installing DBMS objects.
: How to install DBMS objects provided by MicroStrategy Technical Support
Refer to the following MicroStrategy Knowledge Base document for information on configuring the Simba MongoDB ODBC driver on Linux.
How to configure the Simba MongoDB ODBC driver on Linux for connectivity to a MongoDB database.
Refer to the following MicroStrategy Knowledge Base document for information on how to use XQuery to retreieve data from MongoDB
Using XQuery to retrieve data from MongoDB
MongoDB is currently only supported for Freeform SQL, QueryBuilder, and Data Import operations.
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