When using your own class you'll need to add a String field to it and
annotate it with @RIakKey. When the response comes back from Riak the
client will inject the generated key into that field.
On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 2:39 AM, ricardo.ekm <[hidden email]> wrote:
> When saving a object with null key using riak's java client is it possible
> to retrieve the generated id?
> I've found how to achieve this saving a string
> + Bucket b = client.fetchBucket(bucketName).execute();
> + IRiakObject o = b.store(null,
> + String k = o.getKey();
> + assertNotNull(k);
> However couldn't figure out how to do this a custom object
> + MyClass execute =
> + ??
> Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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