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Read documents from MongoDB collection using them to send Segment track event

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Read documents from MongoDB collection

Used integrations:
class MongodbSourceSelect {    async init() { // initialize a mongodb client        this.mongodb = yepcode.integration.mongodb("your-mongodb-credential-name");        await this.mongodb.connect();        const db = this.mongodb.db("your-db-name");        this.collection = db.collection("your-collection-name");    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        this.collection.find({}).stream().on("data", publish).on("end", done);    }    async close() {        await this.mongodb.close();    }}

Send Segment track event

Used integrations:
class SegmentTargetSendTrackEvent {    async init() { // initialize a Segment analytics client        this.segment = yepcode.integration.segment("your-segment-credential-name");    }    async consume(item) { // Customize the track event with your item info        this.segment.track({            userId: item.userId,            event: item.event,            properties:        });    }    async close() {}}

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