public interface DataStoreFactory
Users should keep a single globally shared instance of the data store factory. Otherwise, some implementations may not share the internal copies of the data, and you'll end up with multiple data stores by the same IDs, each living in a separate implementation. Some implementations may also have some overhead, or may have caching implemented, and so multiple instances may defeat that. Finally, have multiple instances may defeat the thread-safety guarantee for some implementations.
Implementation should store the data in a persistent storage such as a database. Implementation should be thread-safe. Read the JavaDoc of the implementation for those details.
<V extends Serializable> DataStore<V> getDataStore(String id) throws IOException
If a data store by that ID does not already exist, it should be created now, stored for
later access, and returned. Otherwise, if there is already a data store by that ID, it should
be returned. The
DataStore.getId() must match the
id parameter from this
The ID must be at least 1 and at most 30 characters long, and must contain only alphanumeric or underscore characters.
V- serializable type of the mapped value
id- unique ID to refer to typed data store
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