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Smooth Transition: Upgrading to MongoDB Java Sync Driver 5.0 from 4.11

5 min • Published Apr 17, 2024
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✅ Read the article → https://mdb.link/article-Ykl8z0XNlqE ✅ What's new in 5.0 → https://mdb.link/whats-new-Ykl8z0XNlqE ✅ Breaking changes in 5.0 → https://mdb.link/breaking-Ykl8z0XNlqE In this video, we discuss about the migration from Java Sync Driver 4.11 to 5.0. We are covering the most popular methods that are impacted by this update and how you can fix them quickly during the upgrade process. 📚 RESOURCES 📚 ✅ Sign-up for a free cluster at → https://mdb.link/free-Ykl8z0XNlqE ✅ Get help on our Community Forums → https://mdb.link/community-Ykl8z0XNlqE 💬 Connect with Maxime: Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbeugnet LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maximebeugnet/ --- Subscribe to MongoDB YouTube→ https://mdb.link/subscribe
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