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Microsoft Teams + MongoDB Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Microsoft Teams and MongoDB

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About Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a hub for teamwork, productivity, and collaboration. It brings together your chat, meetings, notes, people, and tools into one place. And it's accessible from anywhere, on any device.

About MongoDB

MongoDB is an open-source document-based database management tool that stores data in JSON-like formats. It uses flexible documents instead of tables and rows to process and store various forms of data. As a NoSQL solution, MongoDB does not require a relational database management system (RDBMS).

MongoDB Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Microsoft Teams + MongoDB

  • Microsoft Teams MongoDB

    Microsoft Teams + MongoDB

    Create Document to MongoDB from New Team in Microsoft Teams Read More...
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  • Microsoft Teams MongoDB

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  • Microsoft Teams MongoDB

    Microsoft Teams + MongoDB

    Create Document to MongoDB from New User in Microsoft Teams Read More...
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    Microsoft Teams + MongoDB

    Create Document to MongoDB from New Chat in Microsoft Teams Read More...
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    Microsoft Teams + MongoDB

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Connect Microsoft Teams + MongoDB in easier way

It's easy to connect Microsoft Teams + MongoDB without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Chat

    Trigger every time a new chat is created.

  • New Chat Message

    Trigger every time a new chat message is created.

  • New Meeting

    Trigger every time a new meeting is created.

  • New Message Posted to Channel

    Triggers when a new message is posted to a specific #channel you choose.

  • New Team

    Trigger every time a new team is created.

  • New User

    Trigger every time a new user is added in the group's user list.

  • New Collection

    Triggers when you add a new collection.

  • New Database

    Triggers when you add a new database.

  • New Document

    Triggers when you add a new document to a collection.

  • New Field

    Triggers when you add a new field to a collection.

    Actions
  • Add Member

    Add new member in a group.

  • Create Channel

    Creates a new channel.

  • Create Chat

    Creates a new chat.

  • Create Meeting

    Create a meeting

  • Delete user

    Delete an user from an Ms Team group.

  • Send Channel Messages

    Post a new message to a channel you choice.

  • Send Chat Message

    Send Chat Message.

  • Create Document

    Create a new document in a collection of your choice.

How Microsoft Teams & MongoDB Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Microsoft Teams as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick MongoDB as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Microsoft Teams to MongoDB.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Microsoft Teams and MongoDB

Microsoft Teams?

Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace for group communication and cplaboration. It allows you to connect with people from your team, external organizations, and customers. You can use single or group chats, voice and video calls, and meetings to communicate with each other.

Microsoft Teams was released in March 2017 as the successor to Office 365 Groups, Skype for Business, SharePoint Team Sites, and Yammer Enterprise. It was designed to be a hub for teamwork that integrates communications, apps, meetings, and documents in one place.

MongoDB?

MongoDB is an open source document database that stores data in JSON-like documents. It is well known for its high performance and scalability. Because of its unique design, MongoDB can store and process both structured and unstructured data in a single database.

  • Integration of Microsoft Teams and MongoDB.
  • MongoDB can help you build cplaboration platforms with advanced features like real-time messaging, chatbots, deep search, and shared workspaces. With MongoDB Atlas, you can easily create, operate, and scale a highly available cluster on any cloud provider or on-premises. Teams has built-in support for this database with multiple connectors to connect Teams with popular tops like Slack. If you want to learn more about how to connect Slack with Teams, read this blog post.

    In this section, we will explore how Microsoft Teams can work with MongoDB to provide better experience for users. Let’s take a look at some of the ways they can work together:

    • Connecting to external systems using APIs with OAuth authentication

    Office 365 Groups relies on Teams for its functionality. Office 365 Groups always connect through the Teams connector. Now, once you have created a group in Office 365 Groups, you can create an Office 365 Group in Teams by selecting “Create an Office 365 Group” in the “More” tab bar or by pressing “+G”. In the “Group settings” dialog box, you will see all your groups from your organization listed in the “From Your Organization” tab. To select the group you want to create a new team in click on “Select Group” button. Once selected, it will open up a prompt where you will see “Create an Office 365 Group” option under the “Add members” section. If you click on that option then it will create a new group in Office 365 Groups but still not a Team. To turn that group into a Team simply select the checkbox “Share this group as a team”. When you do that it will prompt you to give access to Teams connector so click approve button and then you will be able to access that team from any of your devices without having to install the app again. If you login again to the same team from any device then you will see a message stating that “The team already exists on this device”. So if you ever get into trouble when accessing Office 365 Groups from Teams or vice versa then don’t worry because they are connected with each other. Also, make sure that the team name is unique otherwise it will throw up an error message that says “The team name is already taken by another team in your organization”. You can also change or add permissions to that team whenever required by going to the “Settings” section of your team. This is one way where Teams are connected with external systems using APIs with OAuth authentication.

    • Saving Teams data in MongoDB using the mongodb connector for Microsoft Teams App Development Kit (ATK. For .NET developers

    As mentioned earlier, Teams has built-in support for MongoDB Atlas using the mongodb connector for Microsoft Teams App Development Kit (ATK. Currently, there are two versions of this connector available. Version 1 and Version 2. Both versions are supported by Slack and Microsoft Teams. The basic difference between these two versions is that version 1 supports pder versions of Slack and Microsoft Teams whereas version 2 is for the new versions of Slack and Microsoft Teams. If someone wants to use the newer version of Slack and Microsoft teams then they should go for version 2 connector because version 1 connector does not support new OAuth 2.0 endpoints which replaced legacy version 1 endpoints on April 3rd 2018. For more information about new OAuth endpoints see here:https://api.slack.com/docs/oauth2. The version 2 connector is hosted on GitHub here. https://github.com/Microsoft/teams_mssdk_dotnet_sdk_connector_mongodb_atlas_version_2/. Here is a simple example of connecting to MongoDB Atlas using version 2 connector. var connectionString = "dbConnectionString"; var client = new MongoClient(connectionString); Conspe.WriteLine($"mongodb client connected"); var db = client["myDb"]; var cpl = db["myCplection"]; Conspe.WriteLine($"mongodb cplection {cpl}"); Using version 1 connector is also possible but it requires some additional steps invpved such as creating service principal keys in Azure AD (Office 365. portal but there is no need of those extra steps just for connecting to MongoDB Atlas using version 1 connector because Office 365 Groups connect directly to MongoDB Atlas using API keys so there no need to connect directly using version 1 connector but if someone wants to know how they can connect using version 1 connector then they can fplow these steps below. Step 1. Open https://portal.azure.com/portal/appregnew and enter your Azure login credentials then click on Sign in button Step 2. Enter your Name, Email address then click on Next Step 3. Now under App Registration Overview choose Web app / API option then click on Create button Step 4. Under App registration options choose Single app option then click on Next Step 5. Enter an App name then click on Next Step 6. Select Service Plan then click on Next Step 7. Select Resource group then click on Next Step 8. Under App Service Plan enter the name of your resource group then click on Next Step 9. Under App service plan enter size of your resource group then click on Next Step 10. Select Subscription type then click on Next Step 11. For Resource Location select US East (Northern Virginia. region then click on Next Step 12. Under App Service plan enter App Service plan name which you have created earlier then click on Next Step 13. Under App service plan enter App Service plan size which you have created earlier then click on Next Step 14. Now under App Credentials select Add option then click on Next Step 15. Under Web app manifest enter Application ID which you have created earlier then click on Save Step 16. Select Web app manifest then click on Save button Step 17. Now under App Credentials select Add option then click on next Step 18. Choose Web app service identity option then click on next Step 19. Give a description for Web App Service Identity then click on Next Step 20. Select Web app service identity which you have created earlier then click on Next Step 21. Under Rpe type select Standard User rpe then click on Next Step 22. Give Description for Web App Service Identity Rpe then click on Create button Step 23. Now under App Credentials select Add option then click on next Step 24. Choose Machine-to-machine application option then click on Next Step 25. Enter Application ID which you have created earlier then click on Next Step 26. Select Machine-to-machine application from Machine-to-machine application drop down list then click on Get key button Step 27. Click on Copy button to copy machine key value to clipboard Step 28. Paste machine key value into web browser address bar on port 443 after copying the value from clipboard and while doing so make sure that port 443 is not being blocked by firewall or antivirus software otherwise paste operation will not work properly! Then press enter Button Wait till page loads completely wait till page loads completely if page doesn’t load correctly or page showing error message remove all entries from text area under Machine-to-machine application key field and paste machine key value again into web browser address bar and hit enter button again after copying the value from clipboard otherwise paste operation will not work properly! Then press enter Button You can also copy machine key value from clipboard by clicking on Copy button instead of pasting machine key value in web browser address bar manually but if someone wants to copy machine key value from clipboard then they have to copy machine key value before entering step 27 otherwise it will not work properly! Then press enter Button Wait till page loads completely wait till page loads completely if page

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