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MongoDB InsertOne – GinGonic Golang Framework 15

MongoDB InsertOne – GinGonic Golang Framework 15

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// Mongodb & GinGonic 🙂
//go get go.mongodb.org/mongo-driver/mongo
// install driver first
package main
import (
// context variable
var ctx = context.TODO()
var collection *mongo.Collection
// lets create collection global variable
// lets connect & initialize mongodb first
func init() {
// it need 2 parameters
//context & url of database
client, _ := mongo.Connect(ctx, options.Client().ApplyURI("mongodb://localhost:27017"))
//we ignored error 🙂
// lets create database and collection(table)
collection = client.Database("anyname").Collection("anyname")
func main() {
// lets create our gingonic server
r := gin.Default()
r.GET("/", func(c *gin.Context) {
// this is our first route
// lets insert data into database
// it need 2 parameters context & value in bson.D format
// bson.D is actualy key value pair
// bson.D{{"key1","value1"},{"key2","value2"}}
// and so on….
result, _ := collection.InsertOne(ctx,
bson.D{{"name", "indo"}, {"value", 00007}})
// display output in json / string or any format
c.JSON(200, result)


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