Improve export/import with multiple formats: GRAPHML, GRAPHJSON and SQL #2033

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lvca opened this Issue Feb 10, 2014 · 7 comments

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lvca commented Feb 10, 2014

We'd need a more powerful export/import that support format. Right now we use a OrientDB proprietary JSON format, but it would be nice supporting:

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Would it be possible to add jsonschema to tgis mix. This would greatly improve compatibility with many other usefull tools. Eg swaggerjs

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mattaylor commented Feb 10, 2014

Would it be possible to add jsonschema to tgis mix. This would greatly improve compatibility with many other usefull tools. Eg swaggerjs

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Swagger seems cool, I'd like to support it automatically for Server side JS functions

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lvca commented Feb 10, 2014

Swagger seems cool, I'd like to support it automatically for Server side JS functions

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And we could generate JSONSchema automatically if the classes have a schema. But in what sense do you think to provide JSONschema as export?

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lvca commented Feb 10, 2014

And we could generate JSONSchema automatically if the classes have a schema. But in what sense do you think to provide JSONschema as export?

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Maybe export is not necessary. Id just like to query class descriptors as jsonschema. Was going to writr a js function for this

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mattaylor commented Feb 10, 2014

Maybe export is not necessary. Id just like to query class descriptors as jsonschema. Was going to writr a js function for this

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@lvca lvca modified the milestones: 2.0-M1, 2.1 Sep 16, 2014

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+1 for SQL (including the ability to script an individual class)

Eric24 commented Jul 13, 2016

+1 for SQL (including the ability to script an individual class)

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In last 2.2.9 import is already able to import from GraphML and GraphSON. It's still missing:

  • export in GraphML (easy to do because it's already in TinkerPop libs)
  • export in GraphSON (easy to do because it's already in TinkerPop libs)
  • export in SQL. This requires more code.
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lvca commented Sep 1, 2016

In last 2.2.9 import is already able to import from GraphML and GraphSON. It's still missing:

  • export in GraphML (easy to do because it's already in TinkerPop libs)
  • export in GraphSON (easy to do because it's already in TinkerPop libs)
  • export in SQL. This requires more code.

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