Gremlin driver setup for Amazon Neptune behind a Load balancer
Gremlin (with Python + Neptune) Out of Memory Error with .toList(), .next() Fixes It. But Why?
path_vis a single well defined V. I am expecting it is returning a single V....
option()is being called with two
Maparguments, but your example does not seem to indicate that you are doing that. It's interesting that 3.7.0 "fixes" it because I can't think of any reason why that would matter. Perhaps you could try 3.6.5 to see if there were somehow changes after 3.6.2 that solved this problem? Regarding your more general question of:
Docker Janusgraph Custom ID Values
Can I surpress gremlin console's warnings?
gremlin -l ERROR``` % gremlin WARNING: An illegal reflective access operation has occurred WARNING: Illegal reflective access by org.codehaus.groovy.reflection.CachedClass (file:/usr/local/apache-tinkerpop-gremlin-console-3.6.2/lib/groovy-2.5.15-indy.jar) to method java.lang.Object.finalize()...
export JDK_JAVA_OPTIONS="$JDK_JAVA_OPTIONS --illegal-access=deny"produces the following ``` % export JDK_JAVA_OPTIONS="$JDK_JAVA_OPTIONS --illegal-access=deny" % gremlin NOTE: Picked up JDK_JAVA_OPTIONS: --illegal-access=deny...
Sequential IDs in Neptune?
vertexNumber, which will store the numeric sequential ID for each vertex. Then, before saving a vertex to the database, I run a simple query to retrieve the current highest vertex number, increment it, and store the new
vertexNumberto that vertex. Pseudo-code examples found below. ```...
Gremlin console vs REST API
Queries sent over HTTP will return the response using GraphSON (GraphSONv3, be default with Neptune) which includes all of the extra type information....
Cryptic Neptune Gremlin Error Rate Creeping - What Would You Recommend?
Help with visualizing in the graph-notebook
Gremlin browser code editor
Connecting to local gremlin server with websocket address
Clarification on Kerberos configuration for Gremlin Driver
Gremlin Driver and frequently changing servers
Clusterobject and updating the contact points. Neptune has a special client that wraps the TinkerPop driver to do just that: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/database/load-balance-graph-queries-using-the-amazon-neptune-gremlin-client/ i've always thought it would be nice if...
.drop() behavior confussion
drop(). The terminal step actually executes the traversal...
drop()is not such a step. You would likely use
iterate()in this case as your terminal step. https://tinkerpop.apache.org/docs/current/reference/#terminal-steps