Docs Menu
Docs Home
/
MongoDB Manual
/ / /

Bulk.find.removeOne()

On this page

  • Description
  • Example

Tip

MongoDB also provides the db.collection.bulkWrite() method for performing bulk write operations.

Bulk.find.removeOne()

Starting in mongosh 0.12.2, Bulk.find.removeOne() is an alias for Bulk.find.deleteOne().

In new code, use Bulk.find.deleteOne() instead of Bulk.find.removeOne().

Create the music collection:

db.music.insertMany( [
{ artist: "DOA", genre: "punk" },
{ artist: "Rick Astley", genre: "pop" },
{ artist: "Black Flag", genre: "punk" },
{ artist: "Justin Bieber", genre: "pop" }
] )

The following example:

  • Initializes a Bulk() operations builder.

  • Searches for the genre pop.

  • Deletes Rick Astley, the first matching pop artist, from the collection.

var bulk = db.music.initializeOrderedBulkOp();
bulk.find( { "genre": "pop" } ).removeOne();
bulk.execute()

Back

Bulk.find.remove()

Next

Bulk.find.replaceOne()

On this page