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NAME

       mongoc_database_command - mongoc_database_command()

SYNOPSIS

          mongoc_cursor_t *
          mongoc_database_command (mongoc_database_t *database,
                                   mongoc_query_flags_t flags,
                                   uint32_t skip,
                                   uint32_t limit,
                                   uint32_t batch_size,
                                   const bson_t *command,
                                   const bson_t *fields,
                                   const mongoc_read_prefs_t *read_prefs);

       This      function      is      superseded     by     mongoc_database_command_with_opts(),
       mongoc_database_read_command_with_opts(),  mongoc_database_write_command_with_opts(),  and
       mongoc_database_read_write_command_with_opts().

DESCRIPTION

       This  function  creates a cursor which will execute the command when mongoc_cursor_next is
       called on it. The database's read preference, read concern,  and  write  concern  are  not
       applied  to  the  command, and mongoc_cursor_next will not check the server response for a
       write concern error or write concern timeout.

PARAMETERS

       · database: A mongoc_database_t.

       · flags: A mongoc_query_flags_t.

       · skip: The number of documents to skip on the server.

       · limit: The maximum number of documents to return from the cursor.

       · batch_size: Attempt to batch results from the server in groups of batch_size documents.

       · command: A bson_t containing the command.

       · fields: An optional bson_t containing the fields to return. NULL for all fields.

       · read_prefs:  An  optional  mongoc_read_prefs_t.  Otherwise,  the   command   uses   mode
         MONGOC_READ_PRIMARY.

RETURNS

       A mongoc_cursor_t.

       The cursor should be freed with mongoc_cursor_destroy().

AUTHOR

       MongoDB, Inc

COPYRIGHT

       2017-present, MongoDB, Inc