results – Result class definitions

Result class definitions.

class pymongo.results.BulkWriteResult(bulk_api_result, acknowledged)

Create a BulkWriteResult instance.

Parameters:
  • bulk_api_result: A result dict from the bulk API
  • acknowledged: Was this write result acknowledged? If False then all properties of this object will raise InvalidOperation.
acknowledged

Is this the result of an acknowledged write operation?

The acknowledged attribute will be False when using WriteConcern(w=0), otherwise True.

Note

If the acknowledged attribute is False all other attibutes of this class will raise InvalidOperation when accessed. Values for other attributes cannot be determined if the write operation was unacknowledged.

See also

WriteConcern

bulk_api_result

The raw bulk API result.

deleted_count

The number of documents deleted.

inserted_count

The number of documents inserted.

matched_count

The number of documents matched for an update.

modified_count

The number of documents modified.

Note

modified_count is only reported by MongoDB 2.6 and later. When connected to an earlier server version, or in certain mixed version sharding configurations, this attribute will be set to None.

upserted_count

The number of documents upserted.

upserted_ids

A map of operation index to the _id of the upserted document.

class pymongo.results.DeleteResult(raw_result, acknowledged)

The return type for delete_one() and delete_many()

acknowledged

Is this the result of an acknowledged write operation?

The acknowledged attribute will be False when using WriteConcern(w=0), otherwise True.

Note

If the acknowledged attribute is False all other attibutes of this class will raise InvalidOperation when accessed. Values for other attributes cannot be determined if the write operation was unacknowledged.

See also

WriteConcern

deleted_count

The number of documents deleted.

raw_result

The raw result document returned by the server.

class pymongo.results.InsertManyResult(inserted_ids, acknowledged)

The return type for insert_many().

acknowledged

Is this the result of an acknowledged write operation?

The acknowledged attribute will be False when using WriteConcern(w=0), otherwise True.

Note

If the acknowledged attribute is False all other attibutes of this class will raise InvalidOperation when accessed. Values for other attributes cannot be determined if the write operation was unacknowledged.

See also

WriteConcern

inserted_ids

A list of _ids of the inserted documents, in the order provided.

Note

If False is passed for the ordered parameter to insert_many() the server may have inserted the documents in a different order than what is presented here.

class pymongo.results.InsertOneResult(inserted_id, acknowledged)

The return type for insert_one().

acknowledged

Is this the result of an acknowledged write operation?

The acknowledged attribute will be False when using WriteConcern(w=0), otherwise True.

Note

If the acknowledged attribute is False all other attibutes of this class will raise InvalidOperation when accessed. Values for other attributes cannot be determined if the write operation was unacknowledged.

See also

WriteConcern

inserted_id

The inserted document’s _id.

class pymongo.results.UpdateResult(raw_result, acknowledged)

The return type for update_one(), update_many(), and replace_one().

acknowledged

Is this the result of an acknowledged write operation?

The acknowledged attribute will be False when using WriteConcern(w=0), otherwise True.

Note

If the acknowledged attribute is False all other attibutes of this class will raise InvalidOperation when accessed. Values for other attributes cannot be determined if the write operation was unacknowledged.

See also

WriteConcern

matched_count

The number of documents matched for this update.

modified_count

The number of documents modified.

Note

modified_count is only reported by MongoDB 2.6 and later. When connected to an earlier server version, or in certain mixed version sharding configurations, this attribute will be set to None.

raw_result

The raw result document returned by the server.

upserted_id

The _id of the inserted document if an upsert took place. Otherwise None.

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