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MongoDB\Client::dropDatabase()

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MongoDB\\Client::dropDatabase()

Drop a database on the server.

function dropDatabase(string $databaseName, array $options = []): array|object
$databaseName : string
The name of the database to drop.
$options : array

An array specifying the desired options.

Name
Type
Description
comment
mixed

Enables users to specify an arbitrary comment to help trace the operation through the database profiler, currentOp output, and logs.

This option is available since MongoDB 4.4 and will result in an exception at execution time if specified for an older server version.

New in version 1.13.

session

Client session to associate with the operation.

New in version 1.3.

typeMap
array

The type map to apply to cursors, which determines how BSON documents are converted to PHP values. Defaults to the client's type map.

This will be used for the returned command result document.

writeConcern

Write concern to use for the operation. Defaults to the client's write concern.

An array or object with the result document of the dropDatabase command. The return type will depend on the typeMap option.

MongoDB\\Exception\\UnsupportedException if options are used and not supported by the selected server (e.g. collation, readConcern, writeConcern).

MongoDB\\Exception\\InvalidArgumentException for errors related to the parsing of parameters or options.

MongoDB\\Driver\\Exception\\RuntimeException for other errors at the driver level (e.g. connection errors).

The following example drops the test database:

<?php
$client = new MongoDB\Client;
$result = $client->dropDatabase('test');
var_dump($result);

The output would then resemble:

object(MongoDB\Model\BSONDocument)#8 (1) {
["storage":"ArrayObject":private]=>
array(2) {
["dropped"]=>
string(4) "test"
["ok"]=>
float(1)
}
}
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