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mViewer(Micro/Mongo Viewer) is a light web-based GUI for managing MongoDB without needing any installation. mViewer allows managing databases, collections, gridfs, users & indexes as an alternative to the mongoDB native shell in a simpler and user-friendly way.

mViewer-v0.9.2 - Beta

Whats new in mViewer-v0.9.2 ?

  1. Enhanced Query Executor with support for executing queries on databases & collections including Map Reduce & aggregation queries.
  2. Enhanced command spotlight with better keyboard navigation even to menu items
  3. Support for managing Database users
  4. Supoort for managing Collection indexes
  5. Enhanced authentication & security with support for --auth mode
  6. Better Look-n-Feel

Working with mViewer-0.9.2-beta:

You can checkout the code or download the zip and make a release build using maven/ant as described below. Extract the generated mViewer-0.9.2-release.zip & mViewer-0.9.2-release.tar.gz and run start_mViewer.bat/start_mViewer.sh.

Raising feature requests and issues:

You can raise feature requests and bugs found @ https://github.com/Imaginea/mViewer/issues

We are always eagerly waiting for your feature requests and bug reports

mViewer-v0.9.1 - Stable Release (as on 25-08-2012)

mViewer-v0.9.1 supports :-

  1. Managing Databases - Create/Drop databases
  2. Managing Collections - Create/Update/Drop collections
  3. Managing GridFS files - Add/View/Download/Drop files
  4. Querying for documents using Query executor
  5. Quick Navigation & Execution of all actions items using CTRL + Space.
  6. Pagination and Navigation to any subset of documents.
  7. Viewing stats of databases, collections and gridFS
  8. Opening multiple connections from same browser to different MongoDB servers

Download mViewer-v0.9.1

Windows :- https://github.com/downloads/Imaginea/mViewer/mViewer-v0.9.1.zip

Mac/Linux :- https://github.com/downloads/Imaginea/mViewer/mViewer-v0.9.1.tar.gz

Download previous versions from https://github.com/Imaginea/mViewer/downloads


Unzip/Untar the downloaded package and simply run start_mViewer.bat/start_mViewer.sh (with +x permission).

>start_mViewer.bat <port> in Windows

$./start_mViewer.sh <port> in Mac/Linux

'port' is optional, if not provided default port (8080) set in properties file will be used.

Start using mViewer at http://localhost:/index.html


Detailed documentation on mViewer features & usage can be found at http://imaginea.github.com/mViewer

Developer Notes

Contribute to Imaginea / mViewer !

1) Fork Imaginea / mViewer
2) Clone your forked mViewer repository locally
3) We use Intellij IDEA for development. So to setup with intellij 
   a) Create mViewer as a maven project using "Import project from external module".
   b) Apply Imaginea code styles/formatting settings to avoid un-wanted diffs with spaces in pull requests.
     - Download https://github.com/downloads/Imaginea/mViewer/settings.jar and use import settings option to apply it.
     - Make sure to format the code using ctr + alt + l before committing code.
     - When committing code, if see a popup regarding different line separators used in project, 
       then click 'Leave unchanged'.        
   c) Configure a Tomcat Server locally in intellij to run/debug mViewer.
4) You can send a pull request to mViewer master branch with your features/enhancements/fixes.

Making a Release build

Using maven:-

$mvn -Prelease

Using ant:-

$ant release

Building a release will generate mViewer--release.zip & mViewer--release.tar.gz files in the target folder which has the mViewer.war bundled with winstone servlet container and start-up scripts from scripts folder.

Running Standalone

Using maven:-

$mvn -Pserver

Using ant:-

$ant start

It will create mViewer.war and run it using the winstone server. Once started, the application can be accessed at http://localhost:port. Default port is 8080 which can be updated in mViewer.properties file.

Running Unit Tests

Use the following command to run the unit tests. surefire-reports will be generated in target folder.

$mvn install -DskipTests=false

Deploying to Other Servlet-Containers

You can generate a distributable war file using the following commands. The war can be deployed on to tomcat 7x. Other server integration will be provided on demand.

Using maven:-

$mvn clean package

Using ant:-

$mvn dist

Once the war is deployed go to the url http://:/mViewer

Team Imaginea