A key-value store client allows you to interact with a key-value store in a manner that is similar to a
A key-value store client has two type parameters which should correspond to a class that is annotated with
@KeyValueStore and a key type. The key type should match the one found on the @KeyValueStore declaration.
To get an instance of a
KeyValueStoreClient you do:
KeyValueStoreClient<KeyType, ValueType> client = ClientBuilder.getKeyValueStoreClient(KeyType.class, ValueType.class);
In addition the serverless function from which the client is used needs to be annotated with
@UsesKeyValueStore(ValueType.class), to handle cloud permissions.
In this example
ValueType would be replaced with your class that you have annotated with
put(K key, V value)- Inserts value into the key-value store at key, replacing any value already there.
delete(K key)- Removes the object corresponding to this key from the store.
Map<K, V> getAll()- Returns a map of key-value of all items in the store.
V get(K key)- Returns the object corresponding to the key. Returns null if no object found.
dataModel- The class annotated with
@KeyValueStorethat this function will access.
stages- The stages which this function has access to the key-value store