It's always easy to create a batch file to start MongoDB, and it's best to create a script file to start Mongo. This way, we won't have an error with the configuration. This would also save us a lot of time.
cd E:\MONGODB\mongo\bin mongod -dbpath e:\mongodata\db
The next time you want to start MongoDB, just click on the batch file.
Let us look at the Order use case to implement a simple CRUD operation using Spring and MongoDB. We are performing CRUD operations on Product, Customer, and Order documents. The scenario is this: a customer selects a product and places an order.