Migrations for MongoDB
node-migrate-mongo enables data migrations in your existing project. The state of your migrations is stored in the database specified in the
mongo property of your
Migratefile.coffee. By default, this collection is called
migration_versions. See the Usage section (and let's be honest: the code) for more information.
Despite the name, this module does not borrow from TJ's node-migrate, though it follows very similar conventions.
In your existing project where you'd like to have migrations:
npm install --save node-migrate-mongo cat << EOF- > Migratefile.coffee module.exports = mongo: 'mongodb://localhost/your_db' EOF migrate generate --name my_first_migration # edit it migrate all
- beforeTest -- An async function called before running a migration test. By default sets
- before -- An async function called before running a command. Useful for connecting your app to its database.
- after -- An async function called after running a command.
- afterTest -- An async function called after running a migration test.
- mongo -- A string or function that returns a mongo connection string.
- model -- A reference to your custom
- path -- The place to store your migration files. Defaults to
- ext -- The extension for your migration files. Defaults to
- template -- The template used when generating migrations.
before/after callbacks are called in this order: [ beforeTest, before, after, afterTest ]
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$ git clone https://github.com/goodeggs/node-migrate-mongo && cd node-migrate-mongo $ npm install $ npm test
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