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MongoDB Integration
Connect your MongoDB database to Paragon.

1. Get MongoDB Details & Whitelist Paragon IP Addresses

You can get your database credentials from whoever set up the database. You'll also need to get them to whitelist the Paragon IP addresses:
    18.205.92.162
    54.235.127.238
    107.20.97.35
    54.237.188.41

2. Add MongoDB to Paragon

To add MongoDB to Paragon, click the "+" button in the workflow canvas and choose the MongoDB from the sidebar. Under Connect to a MongoDB account, choose "Add new account for MongoDB" and enter your database credentials. We recommend setting up separate accounts for read and write access to make it harder to accidentally cause unwanted changes to your database.

3. Query MongoDB

Once your MySQL database is connected, you can add steps to perform the following actions:
    Write MongoDB Query
    Find Documents
    Find Document by ID
    Create Document
    Update Documents
    Update Document by ID
    Delete Documents
    Delete Document by ID
When writing MongoDB queries, you can reference data from previous steps by typing {{ to invoke the variable menu.

Event Trigger

With the MongoDB trigger, Paragon checks for new data from your trigger every minute in order to start your workflow. Your workflow runs for each record meeting the trigger criteria. For example, five new records in your database with a "new record created" action would run your workflow five separate times, each with information from the corresponding record.
The MongoDB trigger provides the following trigger options:
    New record created
    Record updated
You'll need to include a date column in your MongoDB database for this event trigger to work properly.

Ordering Records

Paragon displays new and updated records ordered by date in your workflow, with the newest records appearing first. You should order your records by a date column, such as date_created or lastSeen, to properly determine new or updated records.

Testing Event-based Triggers

You can test your workflow on different records using the Debugging Menu. Click the "use a different record as test data" dropdown menu for a list of available records.
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