Trait bonsaidb::core::keyvalue::AsyncKeyValue[][src]

pub trait AsyncKeyValue: Send + Sync {
    fn execute_key_operation<'life0, 'async_trait>(
        &'life0 self,
        op: KeyOperation
    ) -> Pin<Box<dyn Future<Output = Result<Output, Error>> + Send + 'async_trait, Global>>
    where
        'life0: 'async_trait,
        Self: 'async_trait
; fn set_key<S, V>(
        &'a self,
        key: S,
        value: &'a V
    ) -> AsyncBuilder<'a, Self, V>
Notable traits for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V>
impl<'a, K, V> Future for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V> where
    K: AsyncKeyValue,
    V: Serialize + Send + Sync
type Output = Result<KeyStatus, Error>;

    where
        S: Into<String>,
        V: Serialize + Send + Sync
, { ... }
fn set_binary_key<S>(
        &'a self,
        key: S,
        bytes: &'a [u8]
    ) -> AsyncBuilder<'a, Self, ()>
Notable traits for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V>
impl<'a, K, V> Future for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V> where
    K: AsyncKeyValue,
    V: Serialize + Send + Sync
type Output = Result<KeyStatus, Error>;

    where
        S: Into<String>
, { ... }
fn set_numeric_key<S, V>(
        &self,
        key: S,
        value: V
    ) -> AsyncBuilder<'_, Self, ()>
Notable traits for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V>
impl<'a, K, V> Future for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V> where
    K: AsyncKeyValue,
    V: Serialize + Send + Sync
type Output = Result<KeyStatus, Error>;

    where
        S: Into<String>,
        V: Into<Numeric>
, { ... }
fn increment_key_by<S, V>(
        &self,
        key: S,
        value: V
    ) -> AsyncBuilder<'_, Self, V>
Notable traits for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V>
impl<'a, K, V> Future for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V> where
    K: AsyncKeyValue,
    V: TryFrom<Numeric, Error = IncompatibleTypeError>, 
type Output = Result<V, Error>;

    where
        S: Into<String> + Send + Sync,
        V: Into<Numeric> + TryFrom<Numeric, Error = IncompatibleTypeError> + Send + Sync
, { ... }
fn decrement_key_by<S, V>(
        &self,
        key: S,
        value: V
    ) -> AsyncBuilder<'_, Self, V>
Notable traits for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V>
impl<'a, K, V> Future for AsyncBuilder<'a, K, V> where
    K: AsyncKeyValue,
    V: TryFrom<Numeric, Error = IncompatibleTypeError>, 
type Output = Result<V, Error>;

    where
        S: Into<String> + Send + Sync,
        V: Into<Numeric> + TryFrom<Numeric, Error = IncompatibleTypeError> + Send + Sync
, { ... }
fn get_key<S>(&self, key: S) -> AsyncBuilder<'_, Self>
Notable traits for AsyncBuilder<'a, K>
impl<'a, K> Future for AsyncBuilder<'a, K> where
    K: AsyncKeyValue
type Output = Result<Option<Value>, Error>;

    where
        S: Into<String>
, { ... }
fn delete_key<'life0, 'async_trait, S>(
        &'life0 self,
        key: S
    ) -> Pin<Box<dyn Future<Output = Result<KeyStatus, Error>> + Send + 'async_trait, Global>>
    where
        'life0: 'async_trait,
        S: 'async_trait + Into<String> + Send,
        Self: 'async_trait
, { ... }
fn key_namespace(&self) -> Option<&str> { ... }
fn with_key_namespace(&self, namespace: &str) -> Namespaced<'_, Self> { ... } }
Expand description

Key-Value store methods. The Key-Value store is designed to be a high-performance, lightweight storage mechanism.

When compared to Collections, the Key-Value store does not offer ACID-compliant transactions. Instead, the Key-Value store is made more efficient by periodically flushing the store to disk rather than during each operation. As such, the Key-Value store is intended to be used as a lightweight caching layer. However, because each of the operations it supports are executed atomically, the Key-Value store can also be utilized for synchronized locking.

Floating Point Operations

When using KeyValue::set_numeric_key() or any numeric operations, if a Not a Number (NaN) value is encountered, Error::NotANumber will be returned without allowing the operation to succeed.

Positive and negative infinity values are allowed, as they do not break comparison operations.

Required methods

Executes a single KeyOperation.

Provided methods

Sets key to value. This function returns a builder that is also a Future. Awaiting the builder will execute Command::Set with the options given.

Sets key to bytes. This function returns a builder that is also a Future. Awaiting the builder will execute Command::Set with the options given.

Sets key to value. This stores the value as a Numeric, enabling atomic math operations to be performed on this key. This function returns a builder that is also a Future. Awaiting the builder will execute Command::Set with the options given.

Increments key by value. The value stored must be a Numeric, otherwise an error will be returned. The result of the increment will be the value’s type. For example, if the stored value is currently a u64, but value is a f64, the current value will be converted to an f64, and the stored value will be an f64.

Decrements key by value. The value stored must be a Numeric, otherwise an error will be returned. The result of the decrement will be the value’s type. For example, if the stored value is currently a u64, but value is a f64, the current value will be converted to an f64, and the stored value will be an f64.

Gets the value stored at key. This function returns a builder that is also a Future. Awaiting the builder will execute Command::Get with the options given.

Deletes the value stored at key.

The current namespace.

Access this Key-Value store within a namespace. When using the returned Namespaced instance, all keys specified will be separated into their own storage designated by namespace.

Implementors

Pass-through implementation