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Java SDK integration with RudderStack

Get more out of RudderStack's Java SDK

Along with the various features stated above, the RudderStack Java SDK also enables you to filter and load your preferred destinations, and disable sending your events to other destinations. This gives you full control over which third-party tools get access to your data. The Java SDK also allows you to block the flush until all events are uploaded by using the synchronize builder method. You simply need to set this method as true which otherwise is set as fault by default.


What you can do with Java SDK

Record analytics data from your Java code and route them to your preferred destinations (Google Analytics, Mixpanel, etc.) as well as a variety of cloud data warehouses

Capture all details related to the visiting user along with recording the page views on your website

Automatically capture certain event-specific and user-specific information which highlights a customer’s unique behavioral traits

Record the screen views on your mobile app along with the other relevant information about the app screen

How to set up Java SDK Integration?

It's quite simple! Refer to our step-by-step guide and start using the Java SDK in no time!



How can we help you?

What does the RudderStack Java SDK do?

The RudderStack Java SDK helps you record analytics data from your Java code. After you integrate the Java SDK, all requests will flow through RudderStack and will be further routed to the different analytics destinations you choose.

Can I use the ImmutableMap class with the Java SDK?

Yes. You need to use the Guava library. You can also use plain old Java Maps instead.

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