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Need to find the last value in a nested MONGODB document
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2018-12-04 10:43:54 UTC
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I have a nested document in a mongoDB named stages. There are numerous
objects within this document depending on how long a produce lasts
(sometimes 3, other times 4 +). Each of these objects contains 3 values:
name, TIME_COMPLETED and result. I want to created a shell command which
will allow to find the last TIME_COMPLETED value that is entered in .



db.completedTasks.find({"stages.TIME_COMPLETED":"2018-11-27T10:27:20.854Z"
})


This command allows me to accurately search for a specific TIME_COMPLETED
value, however I would like to find the last value in the stages document.(
Screenshot of mongo is attached).



Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
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