Users are a fundamental part of the Zep Memory Store. A
User represents an individual interacting with your application. Each
User can have multiple
Sessions associated with them, allowing you to track and manage the interactions of a user over time.
UserID is a unique identifier for each user. This can be any string value - for example, it could be a username, an email address, or a UUID. You can also store additional data related to the user in the
User object and its associated
Sessions provide a powerful way to manage and understand the behavior of individuals using your application. By associating
Users, you can track the progression of conversations and interactions over time, providing valuable context and history.
In the following sections, you will learn how to manage
Users and their associated
You can associate rich business context with a
user_id: A unique identifier of the user that maps to your internal User ID.
first_name: The user's first name.
last_name: The user's last name.
metadata: Any additional data associated with the user.
Adding a User
You can add a new user by providing the user details.
Learn how to associate
Getting a User
You can retrieve a user by their ID.
Updating a User
You can update a user's details by providing the updated user details.
Deleting a User
You can delete a user by their ID.
Getting a User's Sessions
You can retrieve all
Sessions for a user by their ID.
You can list all users, with optional limit and cursor parameters for pagination.
Listing Users in Chunks
You can retrieve users in chunks of a specified size. This is a generator function that yields each chunk of users as they are retrieved.