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Can I written this command into robomongo:

db.FinalLocation.find({UserName: null}).forEach(
function (obj)
{
db.tempColl.save(obj)
});


Now, I want to know how many documents Have been found into FinalLocation collection and how many mongodb documents Have been inserted into tempColl collection? I know by db.tempColl.count()can find but I want, at the end of my script appear something like this:

Total empty object : 36 -> at FinalLocation
Total inserted object : 36 -> at tempColl

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Check out a new #whitepaper “Become a MongoDB DBA: Bringing #MongoDB to Production” that details everything you need to know to get MongoDB running in your organization http://utm.io/285395 
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When requirement is the insights besides cost-effective data storage MongoDB is the answer. The Free, Open source, Cross Platform and Document oriented database has got something worth to offer. http://bit.ly/2sSyBXA

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When requirement is the insights besides cost-effective data storage MongoDB is the answer. The Free, Open source, Cross Platform and Document oriented database has got something worth to offer. http://bit.ly/2sSyBXA

#MongoDB #Consulting
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Meet the 1st release of Devart ODBC Driver for MongoDB, perfect solution to access and manipulate MongoDB databases

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MongoDB: A Next Gen Technology

A useful article for all the TechGeeks and technology experts to get the answers of why to use MongoDB, Advantages of MongoDB over RDBMS and When to go for MongoDB.- https://goo.gl/XANqPm

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Learn How to Use Atomic Operations in MongoDB

In this article, we are going to discuss about creating atomic operations in MongoDB. An atomic operation in a database is an undividable and complex series of database operations such that either all operation will occur, or nothing will occur. The term atomicity is used to guarantee that there will be no partial database update i.e. either the entire lot of updates will happen or nothing will happen at all and the partial changes (if any) will be rolled back. The partial update will cause more damages than rejecting the whole series outright. Therefore, operatic operations are very important in every databases including MongoDB.

https://www.eduonix.com/blog/web-programming-tutorials/learn-use-atomic-operations-mongodb/

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My client in Fairfield County, CT is seeking a Software Engineer with MongodB/NoSQL and Node.js.

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Top list of #MongoDB Interview Questions for Beginners and Professionals https://goo.gl/saFikT
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