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Super Easy Camel Video [in Spanish]

06.04.2012
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Recently my twitter app highlighted a new tweet for a Apache Camel Video Tutorial from @jlbugarin.

Apache Camel video presentation by @jlbugarin
The video is about 3 minutes and is in Spanish, as far google translate could tell me from the link. What I noticed though is the translate to english said it was not only easy, but super easy:

In the following video tutorial, see how to copy files from a source folder, to a destination folder. The important thing is that you realize that it is super easy!

This is in fact our mission statement with Camel: Making integration easier.

Feliz viajando en el camello
( I hope the translation is correct, what I wanted to say is, happy riding the Camel)
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Fahmeed Nawaz replied on Tue, 2012/06/12 - 11:13am

From the above queries, we inserted values as 1,1 into a,b respectively. One sql is : (select a,b from users). In mongo its written as db.users.find({}, {a:1,b:1}).
In mongo query we specified the values 1,1. Now assume that a and b contains values (1,1) (2,2) etc. Now we can write sql query as (select a,b from users). But how to write the same in Mongo. can you please suggest?

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