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NodeJS Connect to Mongodb

Simple example to Connect mongoDB from Node.JS


MongoClient.connect('mongodb://localhost:27017/myNewDB',function (err,db) {
 if(err)
 console.log("Unable to connect DB. Error: " + err)
 else
 console.log('Connected to DB');
 db.close();
});

myNewDB is DB name, if it does not exists in database then it will create automatically with this call.

Simple way to Connect mongoDB with core Node.JS


var MongoClient = require('mongodb').MongoClient;

 //connection with mongoDB
 MongoClient.connect("mongodb://localhost:27017/MyDb", function (err, db) {
 //check the connection
if(err){
 console.log("connection failed.");
}else{
 console.log("successfully connected to mongoDB.");
 });


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