We're happy to announce the release of TerrabaseDB v0.4.3, which comes loaded with a bunch of new actions. We'll mainly be looking at strong actions which are specifically built for operations with multiple keys.
SSET: short for Strong SET, will SET all keys and values, only if all of the keys are non-existing. Otherwise, it will just return an overwrite error, irrespective of the number of operations which failed, as opposed to
MSET— which just returns the number of keys which were set
SDEL: short for Strong DEL, will
DELete all the keys only if all of them exist. Otherwise, it will just return a
Nilcode, irrespective of the number of operations which failed, as opposed to
DEL— which just returns the number of keys that were deleted
SUPDATE: short for Strong UPDATE, will update the values of all the keys and values provided, only if all of them exist, just like the other actions. Otherwise, it just returns a
FLUSHDB: This deletes all the keys stored in the database
DBSIZE: This returns the number of keys stored in the database
And that's about this release — stay home and stay safe! See you soon!