(Unofficial) Signed MongoDB's Bson Library. The containing assembly was generated by signing the officially published MongoDB.Bson.dll.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package MongoDB.Bson.signed -Version 2.4.2
dotnet add package MongoDB.Bson.signed --version 2.4.2
<PackageReference Include="MongoDB.Bson.signed" Version="2.4.2" />
paket add MongoDB.Bson.signed --version 2.4.2
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This client library enables client applications to perform bulk operations in Azure Cosmos DB for SQL, Gremlin and MongoDB APIs. The BulkImport module (supported for SQL, Gremlin and MongoDB API) provides functionality to bulk ingest documents with optimizations to maximally utilize the allocated collection throughput for maximal write throughput. The BulkUpdate module (supported for SQL API) provides functionality to bulk update documents as partial patches. The BulkDelete module (supported for SQL API) provides functionality to bulk delete documents given a list of partition key and id tuples.
(Unofficial) Signed Core Component of the MongoDB .NET Driver. The containing assembly was generated by signing the officially published MongoDB.Driver.Core.dll.
(Unofficial) Signed .NET driver for MongoDB. The containing assembly was generated by signing the officially published MongoDB.Driver.dll.
Provides the MongoDB implementation for data context and associated commands. Typically used areas and classes/interfaces/services: - MongoDataContext. Kephas Framework ("stone" in aramaic) aims to deliver a solid infrastructure for applications and application ecosystems.
(Unofficial) Signed GridFS Component of the Official MongoDB .NET Driver. The containing assembly was generated by signing the officially published MongoDB.Driver.GridFS.dll.
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WorkflowEngine.NET - component that adds workflow in your application. It can be fully integrated into your application, or be in the form of a specific service (such as a web service).