var entries = [
  {key: 'key1', value: 'foo'},
  {key: 'key2', value: 'bar'},
  {key: '...', value: '...'}

// Using callbacks (NodeJS or Web Browser)
kuzzle.memoryStorage.mset(entries, function (err, status) {
  // callback called once the action has completed

// Using promises (NodeJS only)
  .then(status => {
    // resolved once the action has completed
JSONObject[] entries = new JSONObject[]{
  new JSONObject().put("key", "key1").put("value", "foo"),
  new JSONObject().put("key", "key2").put("value", "bar"),
  new JSONObject().put("key", "...").put("value", "...")

kuzzle.memoryStorage.mset(entries, new ResponseListener<String>() {
  public void onSuccess(String status) {
    // callback called once the action has completed

  public void onError(JSONObject error) {

use \Kuzzle\Kuzzle;

$kuzzle = new Kuzzle('localhost');

$entries = [
  ['key' => 'key1', 'value' => 'foo'],
  ['key' => 'key2', 'value' => 'bar'],
  ['key' => '...', 'value' => '...']

try {
  $status = $kuzzle->memoryStorage()->mset(entries);
catch (ErrorException $e) {


Callback response:


Sets the provided keys to their respective values. If a key does not exist, it is created. Otherwise, the key’s value is overwritten.

[Redis documentation]

mset(entries, [options], [callback])

entriesarrayList of objects each containing the key identifier to add with its associated value.
Properties: key (key identifier), value (associated value)
optionsJSON ObjectOptional parameters


queuablebooleanMark this request as (not) queuabletrue

Return value

Returns the MemoryStorage object to allow chaining.

Callback response

Resolves to a simple "OK" string.