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(mongodb >=1.4.0)

MongoDB\Driver\Server::executeReadCommandExecute a database command that reads on this server


final public MongoDB\Driver\Server::executeReadCommand(string $db, MongoDB\Driver\Command $command, ?array $options = null): MongoDB\Driver\Cursor

Executes the command on this server.

This method will apply logic that is specific to commands that read (e.g. » count) and take the MongoDB server version into account. The "readConcern" option will default to the corresponding value from the MongoDB Connection URI.

Nota: The "readPreference" option does not control the server to which the driver issues the operation; it will always be executed on this server object. Instead, it may be used when issuing the operation to a secondary (from a replica set connection, not standalone) or mongos node to ensure that the driver sets the wire protocol accordingly or adds the read preference to the operation, respectively.


db (string)

O nome do banco a executar o comando.

command (MongoDB\Driver\Command)

O MongoDB\Driver\Command a executar.


Option Type Description
readConcern MongoDB\Driver\ReadConcern

A read concern to apply to the operation.

This option is available in MongoDB 3.2+ and will result in an exception at execution time if specified for an older server version.

readPreference MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference

A read preference to use for selecting a server for the operation.

session MongoDB\Driver\Session

A session to associate with the operation.


If you are using a "session" which has a transaction in progress, you cannot specify a "readConcern" or "writeConcern" option. This will result in an MongoDB\Driver\Exception\InvalidArgumentException being thrown. Instead, you should set these two options when you create the transaction with MongoDB\Driver\Session::startTransaction().

Valor Retornado

Retorna MongoDB\Driver\Cursor no sucesso.


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