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Connecting to MongoDB 2.6.12 using Java Driver version 0.11?

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Can we connect to MongoDB Server 2.6.12 using Java Driver version 0.11? We have a constraint of upgrading Java Driver version which would require huge change in our client code. We use JDK 8 for compilation of our project. We would like to know whether it is possible to connect to MongoDB Server 2.6.12 or MongoDB Server 3.0 using Java Driver version 0.11 if we only use the limited set of features (not the functionalities that were introduced in Server version 2.6.12 or 3.0).

posted Mar 30, 2016 by anonymous

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