MongoDB .find() equivalent for SELECT row WHERE field = value

New to using MongoDB and node, thanks for the help. I’d like to return two fields from a document if the email in the request body matches the email in the database. Here’s what I have right now: router.post(‘/login’, async (req, res) => { //console.log(req.body); const user = User.collection.find({username: req.body.username}, {username: 1, password: 1}); console.log(user);…

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PHP, date not displaying 53rd week in date format

php -v PHP 7.3.11 (cli) (built: Oct 30 2019 17:24:42) ( NTS ) i am trying to understand and issue i have with dates: $dt = new DateTime(‘2019-01-01 02:31:13’, new DateTimeZone(‘UTC’)); echo $dt->format(‘YW’); // expect 201901 get 201901 $dt = new DateTime(‘2019-12-30 02:31:13’, new DateTimeZone(‘UTC’)); echo $dt->format(‘D’); // Mon echo $dt->format(‘YW’); // expect 201953 get…

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What’s the difference between auto_remove and remove in Docker SDK for python

I’m learning to use docker SDK. I understand that containers need to be removed after run, otherwise requiring pruning later on. I’m see that there are two boolean flags in client.containers.run: auto_remove (bool) – enable auto-removal of the container on daemon side when the container’s process exits. remove (bool) – Remove the container when it…

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Handle XML data that is in single quote while loading into sql server database

Can anybody tell me how to load below data into database. declare @learnxml varchar(5000);set @learnxml = ‘<alerts><alert id=”i-20200107-1″><alertTime>2020-01-07T00:13:07.000-0500</alertTime><text>See the attached CSV for details (Click ‘Export Attachment’ at the top of the screen).</text> <state> <alertStatus>New</alertStatus> <alertAssignee/> </state> <alertCount>1</alertCount> <startTime>2020-01-07T00:13:07.000-0500</startTime> </alert> </alerts>’;DECLARE @fileDataX XML = @learnxml PRINT @learnxml;SELECT xData.value(‘../@id’,’Varchar(100)’) AlertId, xData.value(‘../alertTime[1]’,’VARCHAR(50)’) AlertTime, xData.value(‘../text[1]’,’varchar(max)’) AlertText, xData.value(‘../alertCount[1]’,’int’) AlertCount, xData.value(‘../startTime[1]’,’VARCHAR(50)’)…

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