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How to Connect to Redis databse using Java.

// Note; Install Redis in localhost and start the redis server.
package com.demo.redis;


import io.lettuce.core.*;

import io.lettuce.core.api.StatefulRedisConnection;
import io.lettuce.core.api.sync.RedisCommands;

public class ConnectToRedis {


public static void main(String[] args) {
RedisClient redisClient = RedisClient.create("redis://localhost:6379");
StatefulRedisConnection<String, String> connection = redisClient.connect();
RedisCommands<String, String> syncCommands = connection.sync();

syncCommands.set("key", "Hello, Redis!");

System.out.println("The stored value " + syncCommands.get("key")) ;

connection.close();
try {
redisClient.shutdown();
}catch(Exception e) {

}
}

private RedisClient redisClient;
private StatefulRedisConnection<String, String> connection ;
private RedisCommands<String, String> syncCommands ;
public void startredisClient() {
redisClient = RedisClient.create("redis://localhost:6379");
connection = redisClient.connect();
syncCommands = connection.sync();

}

public void stopredisClient() {
connection.close();
try {
redisClient.shutdown();
}catch(Exception e) {

}
}

public void SetValues(String key, String value) {
syncCommands.set(key, value);
}

public String getValue(String key) {
String value = syncCommands.get(key);
return value ;
}
}

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