Massive Inserts into ArangoDB With NodeJS

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Nothing performs faster than arangoimport and arangorestore for bulk loading or massive inserts into ArangoDB. However, if you need to do additional processing on each row inserted, this blog will help with that type of functionality.

If the data source is a streaming solution (such as Kafka, Spark, Flink, etc), where there is a need to transform data before inserting into ArangoDB, this solution will provide insight into that scenario as well. Read more

Arangodb Java Driver and Graphs – Part 2

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After defining a graph and filling it with some vertices and edges (see part 1), the time has come to retrieve information out of the graph.

Please take a look at the defined graph operations of ArangoDB. These will be the base for our next examples. (Yes, there may be other ways to get the results, this post does not claim completeness!)

We will start with some easy stuff and then smoothly advance in complexity.

Question: “How many edges are defined within the graph?”

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Arangodb Java Driver and Graphs – Part 1

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With ArangoDB 2.2 the new graph API was released featuring multi collection graphs (see blog). With the new version (2.2.1) of arangodb-java-driver the new graph API is supported. In the following you can find a small example of creating a graph with Java.

For the import via maven and configuring the driver, please read the Basics and Driver Setup. For the following we assume, that arangodbDriver is a configured instance of the driver.

So let’s start the whole thing…

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