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MongoDB Realm + uProc Integrations

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About MongoDB Realm

MongoDB Realm is a development platform designed for modern, data-driven applications. You can use Realm to build mobile, web, desktop, and IoT.

About uProc

uProc is a database management system that gives users the tools and capabilities they need to improve the fields in their databases and get more out of them. It helps businesses in the validation of essential business data such as emails, phone numbers, and more, as well as the creation of new database categories for better data segmentation.

uProc Integrations

Best ways to Integrate MongoDB Realm + uProc

  • MongoDB Realm uProc

    MongoDB Realm + uProc

    Select Tool in uProc when New User is created in MongoDB Realm Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    MongoDB Realm New User
     
    Then do this...
    uProc Select Tool
  • MongoDB Realm uProc

    MongoDB Realm + uProc

    Select Tool in uProc when New Service is created in MongoDB Realm Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    MongoDB Realm New Service
     
    Then do this...
    uProc Select Tool
  • MongoDB Realm uProc

    MongoDB Realm + uProc

    Select Tool in uProc when New Push notification is created in MongoDB Realm Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    MongoDB Realm New Push notification
     
    Then do this...
    uProc Select Tool
  • MongoDB Realm Gmail

    MongoDB Realm + Gmail

    Create Draft to Gmail from New User in MongoDB Realm Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    MongoDB Realm New User
     
    Then do this...
    Gmail Create Draft
  • MongoDB Realm Gmail

    MongoDB Realm + Gmail

    Send Email in Gmail when New User is created in MongoDB Realm Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    MongoDB Realm New User
     
    Then do this...
    Gmail Send Email
  • MongoDB Realm {{item.actionAppName}}

    MongoDB Realm + {{item.actionAppName}}

    {{item.message}} Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    {{item.triggerAppName}} {{item.triggerTitle}}
     
    Then do this...
    {{item.actionAppName}} {{item.actionTitle}}
Connect MongoDB Realm + uProc in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • New Push notification

    Triggers when a new push notification is created

  • New Service

    Triggers when a new service is created

  • New User

    Triggers when a new user is created

    Actions
  • Confirm Pending User

    Confirm a pending user

  • Create Service

    Create a service

  • Create Trigger

    Creates a Trigger

  • Create User

    Creates a User

  • Delete Push Notification

    Delete a pus notification

  • Delete Trigger

    Delete a trigger

  • Delete User

    Delete a User

  • Disable User

    Disable a User

  • Enable User

    Enable a User

  • Update Trigger

    Update a trigger

  • Select Tool

    Select a tool to perform verification or enrichment

How MongoDB Realm & uProc Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose MongoDB Realm 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 uProc 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 Realm to uProc.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of MongoDB Realm and uProc

The first thing which we should know is what is MongoDB Realm and what is uProc.

MongoDB Realm is a database which supports many features of real-time data stream analytics. It is a distributed database that can be run on a single machine or across multiple machines.

uProc is a high performance, general-purpose processing framework for both batch and stream data. It has an easy-to-use API, which includes operators that are designed to match the data types that you want to operate on (numbers, strings, dates, and so on. uProc has integrations with many popular data systems, including Apache Storm, Apache Kafka, Apache Spark, and Apache Cassandra.

We will discuss the integration of MongoDB Realm and uProc in this section.

Integration of MongoDB Realm and uProc

In this section, we will see how to integrate MongoDB Realm with uProc. We will use simple example here for the integration of MongoDB Realm and uProc. For this purpose, we have created an application which uses Maven as build top. So, we need to import Maven project in Eclipse IDE. To create the Maven project, we will use Maven Archetype Plugin. For this purpose, we will use fplowing command:

mvn archetype:generate -DgroupId=net.guides.spring -DartifactId=mongodb-realm -DarchetypeArtifactId=maven-archetype-quickstart -DinteractiveMode=false

This command will generate the base Maven project structure as shown below:

pom.xml src └── main ├── java │ └── net │ └── guides │ └── spring │ └── mongodb-realm │ ├── Application.java │ ├── application.properties │ └── log4j.properties └── resources └── log4j.properties

Here, the main directory contains the code files of our application. The pom.xml file describes the build information for your project, such as the dependencies required by your project, and the plugins used by your project. The src directory contains all the source code of your application. Now we need to add some dependencies in pom.xml file:

<dependencies> <dependency> <groupId> com.mongodb </groupId> <artifactId> mongo-java-driver </artifactId> <version> 3.0.2 </version> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId> org.springframework.boot </groupId> <artifactId> spring-boot-starter-web </artifactId> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId> org.springframework.boot </groupId> <artifactId> spring-boot-starter-test </artifactId> <scope> test </scope> </dependency> </dependencies> <build> <plugins> <plugin> <groupId> org.springframework.boot </groupId> <artifactId> spring-boot-maven-plugin </artifactId> </plugin> </plugins> </build>

Here, we have added three dependencies in pom.xml file. one for Spring Framework (spring-boot-starter-web), another for MongoDB Java driver (com.mongodb:mongo-java-driver), and third one for testing purposes (org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter-test. When we build our project using Maven, then spring-boot-maven-plugin will run all tests defined in src/test/javaet/guides/spring/mongodb/realm/ApplicationTests class. We can also run tests individually by running fplowing command from our working directory:

mvn test -Dtest=ApplicationTests

Now, we will create a simple Java class named Application in Application class:

@SpringBootApplication @RestContrpler public class Application { public static void main(String[] args. { SpringApplication.run(Application.class, args); } }

The @SpringBootApplication annotation is used to indicate that this class serves as entry point for Spring Boot application context initialization; and @RestContrpler annotation is used to denote this class as web contrpler. This annotation causes a lot of magic to be performed by Spring MVC under the hood; it will add all necessary configuration for us automatically without any configuration needed on our end! It also adds a bunch of default REST routes to handle requests at / , /home , /api/message , and so on… If you want to customize these defaults, just override them by creating a bean of type WebMvcConfigurer in your custom Application class or in other beans, inject it into your Application class using @Autowired annotation and override properties as you please! In our example, we will not override any default property so let's create a simple Hello World message endpoint by creating a new Java class named MessageContrpler inside the package net.guides.spring . The source code of MessageContrpler class is shown below:

@RestContrpler @RequestMapping ( "/message" . public class MessageContrpler { private final Logger logger = LoggerFactory . getLogger ( MessageContrpler . class ); @GetMapping public String getMessage (. { logger . info ( "getMessage" ); return "Hello from MessageContrpler" ; } }

Now, we will test our application by running the application using mvn clean install command from our working directory and then browsing http://localhost:8080/message endpoint using browser. Now the output should look like below:

INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 542 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 542 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 542 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 543 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 543 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 543 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 543 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 543 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 543 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 544 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 544 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 544 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 32 , 544 getMessage ... INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 33 , 991 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 33 , 991 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 33 , 992 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 33 , 992 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 33 , 992 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 33 , 992 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 33 , 992 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 34 , 002 getMessage INFO [main] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 34 , 003 getMessage WARNING [localhost-startStop-1] 2018 -10 -13 11 . 17 . 35 , 032 Failed to start web server . See logs above . Exception in thread "Main Thread" java . lang . RuntimeException at org . springframework . boot . web . autoconfig . WebMvcAutoConfiguration$EnableWebServer . onStartup ( WebMvcAutoConfiguration . java. 204 . at org . springframework . boot . web . autoconfig . WebMvcAutoConfiguration . buildConfiguration ( WebMvcAutoConfiguration . java. 185 . at org . springframework . boot . web . autoconfig . WebMvcAutoConfiguration . afterPropertiesSet ( WebMvcAutoConfiguration . java. 177 . at org . springframework . boot . web . autoconfig . WebMvcAutoConfiguration$$EnhancerByCGLIB

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