MongoDB-specific event fields. These fields mirror closely the fields for the MongoDB wire protocol. The higher level fields (for example,
resource) apply to MongoDB events as well.
- If the MongoDB request has resulted in an error, this field contains the error message returned by the server.
- The full collection name. The full collection name is the concatenation of the database name with the collection name, using a dot (.) for the concatenation. For example, for the database foo and the collection bar, the full collection name is foo.bar.
Sets the number of documents to omit - starting from the first document in the resulting dataset - when returning the result of the query.
The requested maximum number of documents to be returned.
The number of documents in the reply.
- Where in the cursor this reply is starting.
- A JSON document that represents the query. The query will contain one or more elements, all of which must match for a document to be included in the result set. Possible elements include $query, $orderby, $hint, $explain, and $snapshot.
- A JSON document that limits the fields in the returned documents. The returnFieldsSelector contains one or more elements, each of which is the name of a field that should be returned, and the integer value 1.
- A BSON document that specifies the query for selecting the document to update or delete.
- A BSON document that specifies the update to be performed. For information on specifying updates, see the Update Operations documentation from the MongoDB Manual.
- The cursor identifier returned in the OP_REPLY. This must be the value that was returned from the database.