The alternative solution for me was to export MongoDB data to a json document and use one of the Qlik Sense embedded connector, called REST Connector.
This way, you can publish the exported json document in a web environment and access the document using the supported connector.
In my case, I have a daily task to export the data to a specific path and a scheduled reload in Qlik Sense.
Does that make sense?
Thanks for your response.
On this way we should expose a REST service everytime we had a new “table”
We were looking for any “plug and play” solution, allowing us to connect and use like other datasources.
I have no great expectations, since we’re treating a documental database as it were a ER database. As far as I have read, MongoDB connector is not too much “plug and play”, since you have to configure and maintain its DRDL https://docs.mongodb.com/bi-connector/v1.1/schema-configuration/