Nebula Java is a Java client for developers to connect their projects to Nebula Graph.
Please be noted that nebula-JDBC(based on nebula-java) is the JDBC implementing for nebula graph.
NOTE: Nebula Java is not thread-safe.
Two main branches of this repository
In this repository, you can find two branches for the source code of Nebula Java of different versions.
The master branch
The master branch is for Nebula Java v2.0, which works with Nebula Graph v2.0 nightly.
This README file provides Java developers with instructions on how to connect to Nebula Graph v2.0.
The v1.0 branch
In the v1.0 branch, you can find source code of these:
- Nebula Java v1.0, which works with Nebula Graph v1.1.0 and earlier versions only.
- Nebula Graph Exchange, Nebula Spark Connector, Nebula Flink Connector, and nebula-algorithm.
For more information, see README of v1.0.
The v2.0.0-rc branch
The v2.0.0-rc branch works with Nebula Graph v2.0.0-beta and v2.0.0-rc1, but not for the latest nightly Nebula Graph.
To use this Java client, do a check of these:
- Java 8 or a later version is installed.
- Nebula Graph is deployed. For more information, see Deployment and installation of Nebula Graph.
If you use Maven to manage your project, add the following dependency to your
3.0-SNAPSHOT with an appropriate Nebula Java version.
For more versions, visit releases.
<dependency> <groupId>com.vesoft</groupId> <artifactId>client</artifactId> <version>3.0-SNAPSHOT</version> </dependency>
There are the version correspondence between client and Nebula:
|Client version||Nebula Version|
Graph client example
To connect to the
nebula-graphd process of Nebula Graph:
NebulaPoolConfig nebulaPoolConfig = new NebulaPoolConfig(); nebulaPoolConfig.setMaxConnSize(10); List<HostAddress> addresses = Arrays.asList(new HostAddress("127.0.0.1", 9669), new HostAddress("127.0.0.1", 9670)); NebulaPool pool = new NebulaPool(); pool.init(addresses, nebulaPoolConfig); Session session = pool.getSession("root", "nebula", false); session.execute("SHOW HOSTS;"); session.release(); pool.close();