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count() method doesn't show result #1366

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Marimout opened this Issue Jun 2, 2017 · 2 comments

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Marimout commented Jun 2, 2017

Since Robomongo 1.0.0, the count() method doesn't show result anymore. I remember that I was still able to execute the same command in RC version few days before.

Command execute :
db.collection-name.count()
or
db.getCollection('collection-name').count()

What is shown in result panel :
Script executed succesfully, but there are no results to show.

Can you please have a look ?

Thanks.

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Hi @Marimout, thanks for reporting!
We didn't manage to reproduce the issue, but I can guess and suggest you to increase shellTimeoutSec value in .config file (especially if there is a big amount of documents in collections). Pleas check next comment here #1106 (comment).
Please let us know if it works for you.

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juliashibalko commented Jun 2, 2017

Hi @Marimout, thanks for reporting!
We didn't manage to reproduce the issue, but I can guess and suggest you to increase shellTimeoutSec value in .config file (especially if there is a big amount of documents in collections). Pleas check next comment here #1106 (comment).
Please let us know if it works for you.

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Marimout Jun 2, 2017

Thanks for your answer. It seems that it was a temporary issue with my Robomongo. After restarting the machine (and Robomongo, of course), the count() works again.

Sorry for disturbing.

Marimout commented Jun 2, 2017

Thanks for your answer. It seems that it was a temporary issue with my Robomongo. After restarting the machine (and Robomongo, of course), the count() works again.

Sorry for disturbing.

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