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Enum CursorType

enum CursorType : int { ... }

Enum members

nonTailable The default value. A vast majority of cursors will be of this type.
tailable Tailable means the cursor is not closed when the last data is retrieved. Rather, the cursor marks the final object’s position. You can resume using the cursor later, from where it was located, if more data were received. Like any “latent cursor”, the cursor may become invalid at some point (CursorNotFound) – for example if the final object it references were deleted.
tailableAwait Combines the tailable option with awaitData, as defined below.

Use with TailableCursor. If we are at the end of the data, block for a while rather than returning no data. After a timeout period, we do return as normal. The default is true.


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