Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting help with wget and 404 errors Post 302687329 by Corona688 on Thursday 16th of August 2012 11:04:30 AM
It's probably to disallow automatic downloading. wget doesn't hide the fact that it's a batch downloader. Try giving it a different user-agent with -U, and make the referer with --referer.
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MONGODBREF(3)								 1							     MONGODBREF(3)

The MongoDBRef class

This class can be used to create lightweight links between objects in different collections. Motivation: Suppose we need to refer to a document in another collection. The easiest way is to create a field in the current document. For example, if we had a "people" collection and an "addresses" collection, we might want to create a link between each person document and an address document: Example #1 Linking documents <?php $people = $db->people; $addresses = $db->addresses; $myAddress = array("line 1" => "123 Main Street", "line 2" => null, "city" => "Springfield", "state" => "Vermont", "country" => "USA"); // save the address $addresses->insert($myAddress); // save a person with a reference to the address $me = array("name" => "Fred", "address" => $myAddress['_id']); $people->insert($me); ?> Then, later on, we can find the person's address by querying the "addresses" collection with the MongoId we saved in the "people" collec- tion. Suppose now that we have a more general case, where we don't know which collection (or even which database) contains the referenced docu- ment. MongoDBRef is a good choice for this case, as it is a common format that all of the drivers and the database understand. If each person had a list of things they liked which could come from multiple collections, such as "hobbies", "sports", "books", etc., we could use MongoDBRefs to keep track of what "like" went with what collection: Example #2 Creating MongoDBRef links <?php $people = $db->selectCollection("people"); // model trains are in the "hobbies" collection $trainRef = MongoDBRef::create("hobbies", $modelTrains['_id']); // soccer is in the "sports" collection $soccerRef = MongoDBRef::create("sports", $soccer['_id']); // now we'll know what collections the items in the "likes" array came from when // we retrieve this document $people->insert(array("name" => "Fred", "likes" => array($trainRef, $soccerRef))); ?> Database references can be thought of as hyperlinks: they give the unique address of another document, but they do not load it or automat- ically follow the link/reference. A database reference is just a normal associative array, not an instance of MongoDBRef, so this class is a little different than the other data type classes. This class contains exclusively static methods for manipulating database references. CLASS SYNOPSIS
MongoDBRef MongoDBRef Methods o publicstatic array MongoDBRef::create (string $collection, mixed $id, [string $database]) o publicstatic array MongoDBRef::get (MongoDB $db, array $ref) o publicstatic bool MongoDBRef::isRef (mixed $ref) SEE ALSO
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