Redis repositories allow developers to convert and store domain objects in Redis Hashes. The repository allows applying custom mapping strategies by making use of secondary indexes. We can simply use the annotation @EnableRedisRepositories for enabling Redis-based repositories.
In order to enable Redis to work with Spring Data, we need to follow these steps:
- Create a domain entity to be stored in the repository. Annotate the entity with the @RedisHash annotation.
- Now add the @Id annotation to make the data member work as the Primary Key.
- Create a basic repository to extend from the predefined repository.
- The final step is to enable the repository to be discovered using @EnableRedisRepository.
- Now declare ...