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  2. Closing a closed cursor should not throw

    If a cursor is already closed, and close() is called, it should quietly do nothing. Throwing IllegalStateException is just rude.

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  3. Client-Side Automatic Field Encryption - Support contacting keyvault via Sock Proxy

    When using Atlas from our application in our Datacenter, we are able to connect to it without issue.

    When adding CSFLE, some HTTP calls are made to login on Azure and access the AKV. These HTTP calls must go through a proxy.

    3 votes

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  4. MongoChangeStreamCursor.getResumeToken() should be initialized on open

    A newly opened change stream cursor returns null for getResumeToken(). This makes fault tolerance cumbersome and full of corner cases during the period before the cursor acquires its resume token, which can take a long time on a quiescent database.

    There exists a way to cause a change stream cursor to acquire a resume token immediately, even before it sees its first event, by calling tryNext. However, this also causes the cursor to block for the polling period (maxAwaitTime), and shortening the polling period has other adverse effects.

    Fault tolerance and recovery logic would be significantly…

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  5. IDE Plugin

    Provide a way for MongoDB users to interact with their data from an IDE

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  6. Better handling of circular reference serialization in Java

    Given 2 generic POJOs that include references to each other such as:

    package com.example;
    
    public class Course {
        Student _student;
    
        public void setStudent(Student student) {
          _student = student;
        }
    
        public Student getStudent() {
          return _student;
        }
    }
    
    package com.example;
    
    public class Student {
        private Course _course;
    
        public void setCourse(Course course) {
          _course = course;
        }
        public Course getCourse() {
          return _course;
        }
    }
    

    It would be useful to have a configuration mechanism to prevent Maximum serialization depth exceeded exceptions from being thrown.

    package com.example;
    
    import com.mongodb.ConnectionString;
    import com.mongodb.MongoClientSettings;
    import com.mongodb.client.MongoClient;
    import com.mongodb.client.MongoClients;
    import com.mongodb.client.MongoCollection;
    import com.mongodb.client.MongoDatabase;
    
    import org.bson.Document;
    import org.bson.codecs.configuration.CodecRegistry;
    2 votes

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  7. Have the drivers tell us the cost of network connectivity within a query

    Have the drivers tell us 1. total query execution time. 2. how much of total query execution time was network connectivity/latency and 3. how much time was the query on the cluster.

    This would then tell the developers the cost of network connectivity because right now there is no easy way to measure network connectivity impact to the overall execution time of the query.

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  8. csfle support for zOS

    Please modify your drivers so our java applications can encrypt and decrypt from the mainframe (zOS) UNIX environment. This missing feature is a road-block to our migration to Atlas.

    We have multiple Java applications that run on an IBM mainframe. Those applications read and write into MongoDB collections, like inserting Mainframe data into MongoDB collections. The mongo-crypt driver for CSFLE does not work on the Mainframe UNIX environment.

    Company policy states we have to encrypt all PHI/PII data prior to inserting the data into Atlas.

    I had opened a support ticket with MongoDB and the final reply was you do…

    7 votes

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  9. Make The client model serializable

    I am working on a mongodb connector for the Apache Flink project - https://flink.apache.org/

    Internally, Flink is using java serialization to save the records it is working on in a state which in turn used to recover from failures etc, as well as for passing records between different tasks in the pipeline.
    I have noticed the mongodb client model classes are not Serializable for instance, classes such as WriteModel https://github.com/mongodb/mongo-java-driver/blob/master/driver-core/src/main/com/mongodb/client/model/WriteModel.java and its subclasses or the different Options like ReplaceOptions https://github.com/mongodb/mongo-java-driver/blob/master/driver-core/src/main/com/mongodb/client/model/ReplaceOptions.java

    is there a reason for these classes to not be declared Serializable? Is there a way to contribute to the…

    1 vote

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  10. geoContain

    Dear all,
    according to the attached image, I have some documents (in blue, with id from 1 to 5) having a geographic extent and a search area (in yellow).
    I need to find all documents where search area is completly inside the document's geometry.
    Using different words, I need to find all documents where geometry completly covers the given search area.
    In my sample, the geo query should return the document with id 1.
    This kind of query has a opposite logic than the $geoWithin

    Could you provide a $geoContain functionality in the next future?

    10 votes

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  11. Short-lived AWS EKS token

    Native support for short-lived AWS EKS token in MongoDB java driver, with the ability to refresh the key without any application downtime.

    3 votes

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  12. URI validation

    I was building the URI in a spring configuration file as
    spring.data.mongodb.uri=${MONGODB_URI}/test?retryWrites=true&w=majority

    where MONGODB_URI came from a kubernetes secret (as it contains user & password)

    somehow a new-line had slipped into the kubernetes secret, so the query was effectively asking for "fpos-dev-pl-1.kqybg.mongodb.net\n"

    Besides learning how to correctly configure secrets, I learned in the process that neither Spring nor mongo was validating that spring.data.mongodb.uri was a well-formed URI and the application failed to start with error messages relating to not finding DNS and not being able to resolve the TXT record. This was very confusing.

    The driver should accept a URI…

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  13. CSFLE - Encryption of fields within an Array Object instead of whole Array

    CSFLE - Can you provide Encryption of fields within an Array Object as part of mongo-crypt library in the future releases. current library encrypts the whole array and we are not able to do queries within the Array object.

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  14. It will be helpful to provide Sock Proxy support for our drivers

    Some customers have security policy restriction to directly connect to Atlas. So it will be helpful for them to use sock proxy to connect.

    6 votes

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  15. CSFLE - Enable automatic decryption of change streams

    Currently change streams are disabled when a CSFLE MonogClient() session is used.
    This is due to this CSFLE specifications.

    Mongocryptd will not support “collectionless” aggregation metadata sources, which read metadata that doesn’t pertain to a particular collection. The drivers should not contact mongocryptd for such commands, since they don’t have a particular schema to pass to mongocryptd, so it is the drivers’ ultimate responsibility to return an error to the application for the collectionless aggregation metadata sources:

        $currentOp
        $changeStream for watching a database or the whole cluster
        $listSessions
        $listLocalSessions
    

    Enable auto decryption and change streams in the presence of auto-encryption-settings

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  16. Ignore unmapped fields in pojo deserialization

    A recent ticket (00664772) with the mongodb support team confirm that the following case is not handled by the Java driver:

    class Foo {
    int x;
    int y;
    }

    I can successfully write and read it. However, if the Document has extra fields, it cannot be deserialized and no option exists to allow this behavior:

    { x:123, y:456, z:789 } // why can't I ignore 'z'?

    My suggestion is, provide an annotation to support this behavior:
    @BsonIgnoreUnmappedFields
    class Foo {
    int x;
    int y;
    }

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