Product and documentation updates about the MongoDB integration from the team at Stitch.

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New feature: Integration changelogs

Introducing: Integration changelogs!

Check out the history of our integrations and stay in the loop on updates with dedicated changelogs for these integrations:

We’ll add changelogs for other popular integrations and destinations in the weeks to come. If there’s a specific integration you’d like to see us work on, let us know by creating an issue in the Stitch Docs GitHub repo.


MongoDB (v2) bug fix: Duplicate database instances removed

This improvement removes duplicate instances of databases from the list of discovered databases in the Stitch MongoDB inegration.


MongoDB integration: New version (v1)

A new version (v1) of our MongoDB integration is now available!

We’ve worked hard to ensure this new integration is the best way to extract data from MongoDB to your Stitch destination. The new integration, based on the Singer standard, includes many new features such as:

Get started today by creating a new MongoDB integration or learn more in the updated documentation.


MongoDB (v11-01-2016) integrations: Support for Mongo 3.4 and SSL connections

Time marches on, as do versions. Today, we’re happy to announce support for the latest version of MongoDB, version 3.4. Additionally, Stitch now supports connecting securely to Mongo instances using SSL.


MongoDB (v11-01-2016) integrations: Replication Keys modification support

Ever select the wrong Replication Key for a MongoDB integration when setting up Incremental Replication? If so, you’ll know that it’s a headache to change it.

Now, you can easily change it to the correct field within the Stitch app. Note that doing so will force a full re-replication of the table, to ensure all data is replicated using the correct Replication Key.


Reset Replication Keys for database integrations

Need to completely re-replicate all incrementally replicated tables in a database integration? Now you can(!) via the Integration Settings page on any MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, or MongoDB integration. Take care though - the re-replicated rows count towards your monthly caps.