HTTP Interface for AQL Query Cursors
This is an introduction to ArangoDB’s HTTP Interface for Queries. Results of AQL and simple queries are returned as cursors in order to batch the communication between server and client. Each call returns a number of documents in a batch and an indication if the current batch has been the final batch. Depending on the query, the total number of documents in the result set might or might not be known in advance. In order to free server resources the client should delete the cursor as soon as it is no longer needed.
To execute a query, the query details need to be shipped from the client to the server via an HTTP POST request.