.NET Driver 2.11.0-beta1 Released

.NET Driver Version 2.11.0-beta1 Release Notes

This is a beta release for the 2.11.0 version of the driver.

The main new features in 2.11.0-beta1 support new features in MongoDB 4.4.0. These features include:

  • Support for all new
    projections: randVal, searchScore, searchHighlights,
    geoNearDistance, geoNearPoint, recordId, indexKey and
  • Support for passing a hint to update commands as well as
    findAndModify update and replace operations
  • Support for allowDiskUse on find operations
  • Support for MONGODB-AWS authentication using Amazon Web Services
    (AWS) Identity and Access Management (IAM) credentials
  • Support for stapled OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) (macOS only)

Other new additions and updates in this beta include:

  • A new target of .NET Standard 2.0
  • Support for Snappy compression on .NET Core on Windows (in addition
    to existing support on .NET Framework)
  • Support for Zstandard compression on Windows on 64-bit platforms
  • A new default of enabling certificate revocation checking.
  • A new URI option tlsDisableCertificateRevocationCheck to disable
    certificate revocation checking.
  • An expanded list of retryable write errors via the inclusion of
    ExceededTimeLimit, LockTimeout and ClientDisconnect
  • A new GuidRepresentationMode setting to opt-in to the new V3 GuidRepresentation mode

The full list of JIRA issues that are currently scheduled to be resolved in this release is available at:


The list may change as we approach the release date.

Documentation on the .NET driver can be found at:



Backwards compatibility with driver version 2.7.0–2.10.x

Because certificate revocation checking is now enabled by default, an
application that is unable to contact the OCSP endpoints and/or CRL
distribution points specified in a server’s certificate may experience
connectivity issues (e.g. if the application is behind a firewall with
an outbound whitelist). This is because the driver needs to contact
the OCSP endpoints and/or CRL distribution points specified in the
server’s certificate and if these OCSP endpoints and/or CRL
distribution points are not accessible, then the connection to the
server may fail. In such a scenario, connectivity may be able to be
restored by disabling certificate revocation checking by adding
tlsDisableCertificateRevocationCheck=true to the application’s connection

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