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3 Best Ways to Create MongoDB Database [CREATE]

“How to Create Database in MongoDB”? “How many types to Create Database”?
“How”, “When” and “Types to create database”?

In this section, I am going to describes Create Database in MongoDB. Below version 3.4, does not provide any user interface like SQL Server or Robomongo but MongoDB 3.4 solve this problem with help of Robomongo Management Tool.

As per my understanding, it is a great achievement of MongoDB to provide us Robomongo Management Tool.

[Video URL] - CREATE Database MongoDB Using “Robomongo Tool”!

You can Download Robomongo Management Tool and install MongoDB & Robomongo in your machine and start to create MongoDB database, create MongoDB collections, create MongoDB functions and create MongoDB users.

3 Ways to Create MongoDB Database:-
1.      “Use” of Robomongo Management Tool.
2.      “Use” Command Line.
3.      “Use” ASP.Net C# Code.

Here you can decide to create MongoDb database, collections and users.

Create MongoDB Database Using Robomongo Tool:-
You should go (download URL: and install user interface. It’s so easy to install and start MongoDB developments.


Create MongoDB Database Using Command:-
Create a MongoDB database using command in the following steps,
1.      “Use” the Database
2.      Create collections in the Database
3.      Verify that you got what result you wanted

Create MongoDB Database Using ASP.Net C#:-
Create a MongoDB database using ASP.Net C# in the following steps,
1.      “Install Csharp driver” from Nuget for MongoDB.
2.      “Use” the mongo namespaces.
3.      Create the “MongoClient” object.
4.      Get the client “Server name”.
5.      Get the “database name” from server.
6.      Create the User collections in the Database and save it.
7.      Finally, you can verify it.


Public static void Main(string[] args)
   MongoClient client = new MongoClient();
   var server = client.GetServer();
   var db = server.GetDatabase("mydb");
   var collection = db.GetCollection<User>("Users");

   User user = new User
     Name = "Anil Singh",
     Site= ""

//Property class.
public class User
   public ObjectId Id { get; set; }
   public string Name { get; set; }
   public string Site { get; set; }

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