MongoDB is a broadly used NoSQL database system that stores data in JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas and handles both unstructured and semi-structured data. By offering high performance, scalability, and ease of use, MongoDB is a versatile and robust solution for a wide range of use cases.


  • Get MongoDB database connection parameters from the database owner.

  • Refer to IP allowlist to add IP addresses of Lowcoder to your allowlist (if needed).

Connect to MongoDB data source

Follow the steps below:

  1. Create a new data source in two ways. Note that this permission is restricted to workspace admins and developers.

    • Navigate to the Data Sources tab on Lowcoder Homepage and click New data source.

    • When creating a new query in the app editor, click + New > + New data source.

  2. Select Database > MongoDB as the data source type.

  3. Set its name and configure the parameters according to your Connection Type:

    • Regular: Host, port, database name (required); user name, password (optional)

    • URI: URI

  4. (Optional) Click Test connection to check whether the new data source is successfully connected.

  5. Click Save, and it will be saved to your data source library.

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