Note: If you would like to use MongoDB client, you need to have public IP feature enabled in your MongoDB node.
1. After remote connection to MongoDB click on Import in the desktop client (we use Database Master 4 as an example) and select the type of file you want to import.
2. Browse XML/Csv file, you want to import. Then browse a log file.
3. Merge source tables to the target tables.
4. Now you can go back to the CirrusGrid’s dashboard, open MongoDB in a web browser and find imported dumps in the test directory.
1. Click Export > Data Export.
2. Browse a target folder and select tables to export.
3. Select data export options and click Finish.
4. Data export is successfully finished. You can check your target folder to ensure that everything is ok.
1. Click Open in Browser button for MongoDB node in your environment:
2. In the opened window you’ll be requested to log in with your credentials, which you’ve received within email after creating MongoDB node.
3. To Export or Import dump files use the corresponding buttons:
Hope this instruction will be useful for you.
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