AppBridge does not provide a custom installer for MongoDB on Linux. However, customer are free to install and configure it using the standard Linux installation methods.
Install MongoDB using terminal (ver. 3+)
Import public key:
Create a list file for MongoDB
Refresh local package db:
There are two main steps in configuring your MongoDB data source provider. First, you must add a Mongo user as there are no users added by default. Next, you must configure your database to be referenced externally.
Step 1. Add a Mongo User
Start the Mongo Database
Connect to the MongoDB admin database:
Create the user account within the admin database with global rights across all MongoDB databases:
Step 2: Allow the Database to be Referenced Externally
- Navigate to the Mongo configuration file. The default location is: /etc/mongod.conf
Open the file and change the following text:
Save and exit the configuration file.
Verify that the DB is running by entering the following command: