I'm creating a Spring Boot project with Java 8 and MongoDB. For session management I'm using a JWT token. I've searched many ways to invalidate the JWT token on logout. I read that it's possible to blacklist the token in Redis and validate towards it. How to store/save JWT in Redis? On Redis server restart saved JWT token data will be lost, right? How to handle it?
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