mongoc_cursor_new_from_command_reply man page

mongoc_cursor_new_from_command_reply — mongoc_cursor_new_from_command_reply()

Synopsis

mongoc_cursor_t *
mongoc_cursor_new_from_command_reply (mongoc_client_t *client,
                                      bson_t *reply,
                                      uint32_t server_id);

Parameters

  • client: A mongoc_client_t.
  • reply: The reply to a command, such as "aggregate", "find", or "listCollections", that returns a cursor document. The reply is destroyed by mongoc_cursor_new_from_command_reply and must not be accessed afterward.
  • server_id: The opaque id of the server used to execute the command.

Description

Some MongoDB commands return a "cursor" document. For example, given an "aggregate" command:

{ "aggregate" : "collection", "pipeline" : [], "cursor" : {}}

The server replies:

{
   "cursor" : {
   "id" : 1234,
   "ns" : "db.collection",
   "firstBatch" : [ ]
   },
   "ok" : 1
}

mongoc_cursor_new_from_command_reply is a low-level function that initializes a mongoc_cursor_t from such a reply.

Use this function only for building a language driver that wraps the C Driver. When writing applications in C, higher-level functions such as mongoc_collection_aggregate are more appropriate, and ensure compatibility with a range of MongoDB versions.

Returns

A mongoc_cursor_t. On failure, the cursor's error is set. Check for failure with mongoc_cursor_error.

Author

MongoDB, Inc

Info

Mar 28, 2017 1.6.2 MongoDB C Driver