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BulkWriteResult()

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BulkWriteResult()

A wrapper that contains the results of the Bulk.execute() method.

BulkWriteResult has the following properties:

BulkWriteResult.acknowledged

Boolean indicating whether or not the bulk write was acknowledged.

BulkWriteResult.deletedCount

Count of deleted documents.

BulkWriteResult.insertedCount

Count of inserted documents.

BulkWriteResult.insertedIds
mongosh Version
Description
Example
v1.x
Array of inserted documents by ObjectId.
[ ObjectId(...), ObjectId(...), ObjectId(...) ]
v2.x
Map from each inserted document index to its ObjectId.
{ 0: ObjectId(...), 1: ObjectId(...), 2: ObjectId(...) }`
BulkWriteResult.matchedCount

Count of matched documents.

BulkWriteResult.modifiedCount

Count of modified documents.

BulkWriteResult.upsertedCount

Count of upserted documents.

BulkWriteResult.upsertedIds
mongosh Version
Description
Example
v1.x
Array of upserted documents by ObjectId.
[ ObjectId(...), ObjectId(...), ObjectId(...) ]
v2.x
Map from each upserted document index to its ObjectId.
{ 0: ObjectId(...), 1: ObjectId(...), 2: ObjectId(...) }`

If there is a write error while processing the bulk write, mongosh raises an exception that contains a writeErrors property with the following fields:

writeErrors

An array of documents that contains information regarding any error, unrelated to write concerns, encountered during the update operation. writeErrors contains an error document for each write operation that errors.

Each error document contains the following fields:

writeErrors.index

Integer that identifies the write operation in the bulk operations list, which uses a zero-based index. See also Bulk.getOperations().

writeErrors.code

Integer value identifying the error.

writeErrors.errmsg

Description of the error.

writeErrors.op

A document identifying the operation that failed. For instance, an update or replace operation error will return a document specifying the query, the update, the multi, and the upsert options. An insert opertation returns the document the operation tried to insert.

If there is a write concern error while processing the bulk write, mongosh raises an exception that contains a writeConcernError property with the following fields:

writeConcernError

Document describing errors that relate to the write concern.

Changed in version 7.1: When BulkWriteResult() is received from mongos, write concern errors are always reported, even when one or more write errors occur.

In previous releases, the occurrence of write errors could cause the BulkWriteResult() to not report write concern errors.

The writeConcernError documents contains the following fields:

writeConcernError.code

Integer value identifying the cause of the write concern error.

writeConcernError.errmsg

Description of the cause of the write concern error.

writeConcernError.errInfo.writeConcern

The write concern object used for the corresponding operation. For information on write concern object fields, see Write Concern Specification.

The write concern object may also contain the following field, indicating the source of the write concern:

writeConcernError.errInfo.writeConcern.provenance

A string value indicating where the write concern originated (known as write concern provenance). The following table shows the possible values for this field and their significance:

Provenance
Description
clientSupplied
The write concern was specified in the application.
customDefault
The write concern originated from a custom defined default value. See setDefaultRWConcern.
getLastErrorDefaults
The write concern originated from the replica set's settings.getLastErrorDefaults field.
implicitDefault
The write concern originated from the server in absence of all other write concern specifications.

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