We now allow usage of Range and Limit types (newly introduced for ZRANGEBYLEX) on mostly all ZSET range operations. Extracted constants for plus/minus and -inf/+inf expressions. Original pull request: #138.
Adapted sendCommand lookup in JedisConnection to honor the changed signature of redis.clients.jedis.Connection.sendCommand(Command, String…) to redis.clients.jedis.Connection.sendCommand(ProtocolCommand, String…). Original pull request: #140.
We now support ZRANGEBYLEX on RedisConnection and StringRedisConnection when using the Jedis driver. The upper and lower bounds can be defined using the Range type which will be converted to the according binary representation including prefix and/or infinite operators. range().gt("a") => (a + range().gte("a") => [a + range().lt("z") => - (z range().lte("z") => - [z range().gte("a").lt("z") => [a (z
We only unbind the current redisConnectionFactory from the current thread if the transaction is not active anymore. Previously we performed the unbinding in RedisTemplate.execute(RedisCallback, boolean, boolean) overtime which lead to the fact that the next redis operation within the same transaction used a different redis connection, which could lead to exhaustion of the connection pool. We also ensure that we correctly unbind the RedisConnectionFactory resource from the TransactionSynchronizationManager on transaction completion in RedisTransactionSynchronizer.afterCompletion(int). Added test case supplied from issue. Original pull request: #134.
A few dependency upgrades to be in sync with all other Spring Data modules.
We now support both Jedis 2.6.2 (current release) as well as the upcoming 2.7 version. Therefore we call the in 2.7 renamed `getTimeout` / `setTimeout` Methods on `JedisShardInfo` via reflection to read/set `soTimeout`. Since there’s no change in r.c.j.JedisFactory that would allow to individually configure connection and socket timeout, we use the socketTimeout of `JedisShardInfo`. This will cause `r.c.j.JedisFactory` to use the socket timeout for the connection as well, which is the same behavior as in 2.6.2. Tested against Jedis 2.7 branch with Redis 3.0.0.RC4. Original Pull Request: #127
Extended description on setCacheNames(..). Original pull request: #132.
Previously a transactional RedisCacheManager decorated a cache with the TransactionAwareCacheDecorator twice. We now make sure that a particular cache is only decorated once with a TransactionAwareCacheDecorator. Original Pull Request: #128
We now allow to initialize a RedisSentinelConfiguration based on a given String collection of host:ports. sentinelHostAndPorts = 127.0.0.1:23679 sentinelHostAndPorts = 127.0.0.1:23680 Further on it’s possible to pass in a PropertySource containing master name and sentinel nodes. spring.redis.sentinel.master=myMaster spring.redis.sentinel.nodes=127.0.0.1:23679,127.0.0.1:23680 Original pull request: #126.
Introduce dedicated types RedisCache is supposed to work upon. We still stick to the contract defined by previous versions to assure source and binary compatibility. In a next step RedisCache should be decoupled from o.s.cache.Cache by an additional indirection via RedisCacheCache. Original Pull Request: #122
We now check the presence of a prefix which allows to identify the keys associated with the cache to either keep track of keys or use the prefix to remove them on clear. This is a small fix intended to be back ported to the Evans (1.4.x) release train. Additional refactoring will be done for the Fowler release. Original Pull Request: #122
…tCacheNames(). We now construct the caches for the configured cache-names in afterPropertiesSet(). Previously the caches were created in the setter which lead to unwanted property-set order dependencies. Original pull request: #123.
…lity. We now allow users to build custom CacheManagers based on RedisCacheManager more easily by making a broader API accessible to sub-classes. In that sense we also allowing RedisCache to be used in custom implementations by making it public. Original pull request: #120.
…put dir. We now read generated html resources along with required css files from the asciidoctor output directory.