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Beginners' guide to using MongoDB 3.4 and the official C# driver

, 19 Nov 2017
Highlights the latest developments in both the Mongo open-source document database and the open-source official C# driver.
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The demo needs the BSON Library, MongoDB.Bson.dll, and the C# Driver, MongoDB.Driver.dll. They can be downloaded at http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/CSharp+Language+Center

repSetDb0.cfg, repSetDb1.cfg and repSetDb2.cfg are the config files used to install a replica set. They need to be placed in the bin folder  holding the mongo.exe file, typically, this is at C:\mongodb\bin.

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