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Maven repository importer for Neo4j

This little nifty tool will allow you to import your local Maven repository information into a Neo4j graph, in particular dependencies between artifacts. You can then take this graph and put it into a Neo4j server, and perform Cypher queries on it. Or whatever else awesome you want to do.

WARNING: if you open webadmin and use the graph visualization, whatever you do don't click on "junit". Dependency explosion ahead. You have been warned.

Usage

  • Clone and build using Maven
  • Run the Main class from command line with location of Maven repo as argument. Example:
java -jar neomvn-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar /Users/rickard/.m2/repository
  • This will import and index your local Maven repository into a Neo4j graph database created under "neomvn" directory, from where the tool was invoked.

  • Copy database into your own application or server, and perform awesome Cypher queries against it

Model

This is the model currently used:

  • Each groupId gets a corresponding node with property "groupId"
  • Each artifactId gets a corresponding node, and a HAS_ARTIFACTID to its groupId, and properties "groupId" and "artifactId"
  • Each version gets a corresponding node, and a HAS_VERSION to its artifactId, and properties "groupId","artifactId", "version" and "name"
  • Each dependency is modeled as a HAS_DEPENDENCY from the depending version/artifactId/groupId to the depended on version/artifactId/groupId. Scope and optional as properties
  • There are three indices: groups, artifacts, and versions. Search by "groupId", "artifactId", and "version" respectively, to find starting points for queries

Example queries

Here's a few sample queries you can try out:

Find all transitive dependencies of all artifacts Neo Technology has ever published:

start group=node:groups(groupId='org.neo4j')
match group-[:HAS_ARTIFACT]->artifact-[:HAS_VERSION]->version-[:HAS_DEPENDENCY*..5]->dependency
return distinct dependency;

Find all projects where any version depends on any artifact that Neo Technology has published:

start group=node:groups(groupId='org.neo4j')
match group-[:HAS_ARTIFACT]->artifact-[:HAS_VERSION]->version<-[:HAS_DEPENDENCY]-dependent
where left(dependent.groupId,9)<>group.groupId
return distinct dependent.artifactId, dependent.groupId;

Find which version of JUnit is the most popular:

start group=node:groups(groupId='junit')
match group-[:HAS_ARTIFACT]->artifact-[:HAS_VERSION]->version<-[:HAS_DEPENDENCY]-dependent
return version.version, count(dependent) as depCount
order by depCount desc

For the latest version of all artifacts, what version of JUnit do they use:

start group=node:groups('groupId:*')
match group-[:HAS_ARTIFACT]->artifact-[:HAS_VERSION]->version
with artifact, version
order by version.version desc
with artifact, head(collect(version)) as latestVersion
match latestVersion-[:HAS_DEPENDENCY]->dependency
where dependency.artifactId='junit'
return artifact.artifactId, latestVersion.version, dependency.version
order by dependency.version

What projects' latest artifacts transitively depend on an outdated version of Neo4j:

start group=node:groups('groupId:*')
match group-[:HAS_ARTIFACT]->artifact-[:HAS_VERSION]->version
where group.groupId<>'org.neo4j'
with artifact,version
order by version.version desc
with artifact, head(collect(version)) as latestVersion
match latestVersion-[:HAS_DEPENDENCY*..5]->dep
where dep.groupId='org.neo4j'
return distinct artifact.artifactId, latestVersion.groupId, latestVersion.version, dep.artifactId, dep.version
order by dep.version

License

This library is made available under the Apache Software License 2.0.

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