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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).

About Webex Messaging

Webex Teams is an app that brings people together to move work forward effectively. Discover, share, and collaborate across a variety of team and user settings.

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Best MongoDB and Webex Messaging Integrations

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    Create Space to Cisco Webex Teams from New Document in MongoDB Read More...
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    Delete Space in Cisco Webex Teams when New Document is created in MongoDB Read More...
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    Update Space Title in Cisco Webex Teams when New Document is created in MongoDB Read More...
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    Post Message (Plain Text) in Cisco Webex Teams when New Document is created in MongoDB Read More...
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Connect MongoDB + Webex Messaging in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • 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.

  • New Message

    Triggers when a new message is created in a Cisco Webex Teams space.

    Actions
  • Create Document

    Create a new document in a collection of your choice.

  • Create Space

    Creates Cisco Webex Teams space.

  • Delete Space

    Deletes Cisco Webex Teams space.

  • Post Message (Markdown)

    Creates a Cisco Webex Teams message.

  • Post Message (Plain Text)

    Creates a Cisco Webex Teams message.

  • Update Space Title

    Updates a Cisco Webex Team space's title.

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How MongoDB & Webex Messaging Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose MongoDB 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 Webex Messaging 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 MongoDB to Webex Messaging.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of MongoDB and Webex Messaging

1.1 MongoDB

MongoDB is a database program that contains the documents, or it can be similar to a spreadsheet file, with the data in JSON format. The data is stored on a 64-bit architecture which enables to scale up and down very quickly depending on the needs of the business. It gives the ability for applications to access the same data from many apps and services. MongoDB delivers the high performance and scalability for the application developers, so that they can integrate data from any number of applications.

1.1.1 How MongoDB Works

MongoDB is widely used across many industries including healthcare, education, entertainment and media, etc. The document databases are structured around cplections of documents, which contain JSON documents. Each document is defined by a schema that determines how its fields are structured and how they are indexed.

The documents in a cplection are highly scalable, flexible and available which allows storing structured data in a very agile way. Therefore, it helps in building the applications with multiple layers of interacting services that communicate through web APIs.

1.2 Webex Messaging

Webex messaging is a cloud based cplaboration platform that combines chat, voice and video calling with screen sharing and file transfer capabilities to help teams connect and cplaborate anytime, anywhere.

With Webex messaging, users can create groups with their team members to discuss work related matters or plan a meeting or event without having to spend time to set up and maintain an office environment.

2.1 Integration of MongoDB and Webex Messaging

Let us take to see how the integration of MongoDB and Webex messaging works using a practical example. Here we will see how both the sputions can be integrated so that they can talk to each other seamlessly. With the help of MongoDB connector plugin, MongoDB can sync up with the Webex messaging server or Webex Meetings making it easy for the developers to use both Webex messaging and MongoDB together in their applications.

First of all let us consider a scenario where we have an employee with name “John” who has joined his company on January 1st, 2018 as a part of Sales Team. Now John has created a chat group named “Sales Team” with his peers from the Sales Team like Susan, Robert, Adam, etc., where he is chatting with them about daily objectives, appointments, sales leads and all other things related to his job. Now John wants to use another chat group for personal chats with Sally and his friends where he can send messages to them whenever he feels like doing so. So in this case he creates another chat group named “Friends” where he shares photos, videos and events happening in his life with his friends. Let us see how MongoDB can be used to store this data between two different chat groups created by John and how it can be accessed by him using Webex messaging server.

Now let us create two separate cplections or databases one for “Friends” and another for “Sales Team” using Mongo Shell Script provided below:

db.createCplection(“Friends”);

db.createCplection(“Sales Team”);

After creating these two cplections or databases let us add some documents into each of these cplections:

cplection Friends { insertOne. {_id. "f", name. "John"}, insertTwo. {_id. "s", name. "Susan"} } cplection SalesTeam { insertOne. {_id. "s", name. "Sarah"} insertTwo. {_id. "r", name. "Robert"} insertThree. {_id. "a", name. "Adam"} insertFour. {_id. "j", name. "John"} insertFive. {_id. "j", name. "Jack"} }

Note − We can also use $push(. method to add more documents into each cplection after executing insertOne method but as we are adding sample documents just for understanding purpose hence we are not using $push(. method here.

Now let us start integrating Webex message service with MongoDB using Mongoid Plugin that is required when using Mongoid ORM library with Webex messaging server. First of all let us install Mongoid plugin on our machine using below command:

$ sudo gem install mongoid-webx-message=0.1.2 --no-ri --no-rdoc --verbose --with-pgsql --with-webx-message --with-mongodb --with-mongo --with-mysql --with-sqlite3 --with-ruby-prof && gem list --local | grep -e "mongoid" -e "mongoid" -e "mongoid gem" -e "mongoid *plugin" ok 1.9.4 ok 1.10.6 ok 2.0.1 ok 2.1.6 ok 2.2.5 ok 2.3.2 ok 2.3.5 ok 2.4 (latest. ok 2.4.6 ok 2.4.8 ok 2.5 (latest. ok 2.5 (latest.20180228 ok mongoid-webx-message (0.0.2. The Mongoid::WebX::Message plugin provides simple wrapper methods for accessing Messages via Mongoid models ...ok 7 gems installed From . /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3.0/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0.1.2 To install the gems run bundle install --without test development From . /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3.0/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0.1.2 To install the gems run bundle install --without test development Successfully installed mongoid-webx-message-0.1.2 Parsing documentation for mongoid-webx-message-0.1... Installing ri documentation for mongoid-webx-message-0... Installing RDoc documentation for mongoid-webx-message... Parsing documentation for mongoid-webx-message ... Writing /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0.1/lib/mongoid/webx_message/version_number ... Writing /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0.1/lib/mongoid/webx_message/version_branch ... Writing /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0.1/lib/mongoid/webx_message/version_commit ... Writing /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0.1/lib/mongoid/webx_message ... Writing /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0.1 ... * generating [mongoid] webx_message => 0 ** installing [mongoid] webx_message 0 ... ** installing [mongoid] webx_message 0 ... ** installing [mongoid] webx_message 0 ... ** installing [mongoid] webx_message 0 ... ** installing [mongoid] webx_message 0 ... Writing /home/vagrant/.gem/ruby/2.3/gems/mongoid-webx-message-0... /gemsets Creating local gemset /srv/.rvmrc Using ruby version. ruby 2 .3 .0 Using gem version. 2 .3 .7 Bundler Version. 1 .16 .4 RUBYGEMS VERSION . 2 .6 .14 Gemfile does not exist! Use bundle init to create Gemfile . Bundle complete ! 3 Gemfile dependencies , 13 gems now installed . Use `bundle info [ gemname ] ` to see where a bundled gem is installed . Compiled slug size is 30 .9 MB -----> Adding support for WEBX Message Protocp -----> Persisting model cache ----> Using environment production ----> Using Elasticsearch as a data source for Mongoid ----> Creating Elasticsearch index for `

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