Running commands in the Terminal

Chapter 3: Creating and Manipulating Documents

### Your Chapter 3 IDE space


In this IDE space you can find two pre-populated text files:

> 1. Contains all examples that were used in the lessons in this chapter.
> 2. Contains all the questions that you encountered in labs and quizzes throughout the chapter.

Use this space to:

*** connect to your Atlas cluster,**
*** practice what you learned in earlier lectures,**
*** find answers to the quiz questions in this chapter.**

Remember, it is easier to view documents in the shell when they look pretty()

Good luck!

Attempts Remaining: Correct Answer

As you can see above, I have successfully connected to my Atlas Cluster. But for some reason I cant run any commands in the IDE-Terminal. I am just getting a command not found no matter matter what command I run. Can you please help?



Looks like latest M001 course is using IDE

Please show the screenshot of “command not found” error
May be you are running the command in different area?

I just ran use sample_training and it output command not found
I am not able to run any commands in the IDE-terminal. Is there anything I should be doing?

use DB command is mongo shell command
You have to connect to cluster and run it
You are running at os prompt.Hence the error

Hi @Kanjoo_Mbaindjikua,

I hope you found @Ramachandra_37567’s response helpful. Please let us know if you are still facing any issues.

~ Shubham