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Querys this collection, returning a single element


MongoCollection::findOne

(PECL mongo >=0.9.0)

MongoCollection::findOneQuerys this collection, returning a single element

Description

public array MongoCollection::findOne ([ array $query = array() [, array $fields = array() ]] )

As opposed to MongoCollection::find(), this method will return only the first result from the result set, and not a MongoCursor that can be iterated over.

Parameters

query

The fields for which to search. MongoDB's query language is quite extensive. The PHP driver will in almost all cases pass the query straight through to the server, so reading the MongoDB core docs on » find is a good idea.

Warning

Please make sure that for all special query operaters (starting with $) you use single quotes so that PHP doesn't try to replace "$exists" with the value of the variable $exists.

fields

Fields of the results to return. The array is in the format array('fieldname' => true, 'fieldname2' => true). The _id field is always returned.

Return Values

Returns record matching the search or NULL.

Errors/Exceptions

Throws MongoConnectionException if it cannot reach the database.

Examples

Example #1 MongoCollection::findOne() document by its id.

This example demonstrates how to find a single document in a collection by its id.

<?php

$articles 
$mongo->my_db->articles;

$article $articles->findOne(array('_id' => new MongoId('47cc67093475061e3d9536d2')));

?>

Example #2 MongoCollection::findOne() document by some condition.

This example demonstrates how to find a single document in a collection by some condition and limiting the returned fields.

<?php

$users 
$mongo->my_db->users;
$user $users->findOne(array('username' => 'jwage'), array('password'));
print_r($user);

?>

The above example will output something similar to:

 Array (  [_id] => MongoId Object   (   )  [password] => test ) 

Notice how even though the document does have a username field, we limited the results to only contain the password field.

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