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CRUD Operation With Dgraph

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The session is about how you can use dgraph in your project as a database with java. It has detail information's about the dgraph sync client and overview of the asynchronous client. It also has information about dgraph HTTP endpoints.

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CRUD Operation With Dgraph

  1. 1. CRUD Operation with Dgraph Priyanka Thakur Software Consultant
  2. 2. Agenda ● Brief Introduction to DGraph ● Client in dgraph ● Different type of Dgraph client. ● How to perform CRUD operation with dgraph using java
  3. 3. Brief Introduction about Dgraph ● DGraph is a scalable, distributed, highly available and fast graph database. ● RDF Triple - Triple is any statement in form of SPO, i.e. "subject/predicate/object", every part of the triple has a URI associated with it. ● Schema - represent types of the predicates that are stored by the DGraph. ● Mutation - Adding, deleting or updating data in DGraph, Can be done using RDF triples or JSON. ● GQL+/- rich language that is used to interact with the graph databases.
  4. 4. Client in Dgraph. Clients can communicate with the server in two different ways: ● Via gRPC. Internally this uses Protocol Buffers (the proto file used by Dgraph is located at api.proto). ● Via HTTP. There are various endpoints, each accepting and returning JSON. There is a one to one correspondence between the HTTP endpoints and the gRPC service methods.
  5. 5. Raw HTTP localhost:8080/query localhost:8080/mutate localhost:8080/alter localhost:8080/commit
  6. 6. Alter & Query Alter API endpoint to add the schema. curl -X POST localhost:8080/alter -d 'name: string @index(term) .' Query API endpoint to get balance information for a user whose name is “Alice” or “Bob”. curl -X POST localhost:8080/query -d $' { balances(func: anyofterms(name, "Alice Bob")) { uid name balance } }' | jq
  7. 7. Mutation Mutation API endpoint to add the balance information of two user. curl -X POST localhost:8080/mutate/4 -d $' { set { <0x1> <balance> "110" . <0x2> <balance> "60" . } } ' | jq
  8. 8. Mutation Output { "data": { "code": "Success", "message": "Done", "uids": {} }, "extensions": { "server_latency": { "parsing_ns": 17000, "processing_ns": 4722207 }, "txn": { "start_ts": 4, "keys": [ "i4elpex2rwx3", "nkvfdz3ltmvv" ] "preds": [ "1-balance", "1-_predicate_" ] } }
  9. 9. Commit Commit API endpoint to persists the previous mutation query data. curl -X POST localhost:8080/commit/4 -d $' [ "i4elpex2rwx3", "nkvfdz3ltmvv" ]' | jq
  10. 10. Communcation of your application through gRPC. This library supports two styles of clients, ● synchronous client DgraphClient ● async client DgraphAsyncClient.
  11. 11. Using the Synchronous Client Create the client ManagedChannel channel = ManagedChannelBuilder.forAddress("localhost", 9080).usePlaintext(true).build(); DgraphStub stub = DgraphGrpc.newStub(channel); DgraphClient dgraphClient = new DgraphClient(Collections.singletonList(stub));
  12. 12. Alter the database Alter the database String schema = "name: string @index(exact) ."; Operation op = Operation.newBuilder().setSchema(schema).build(); dgraphClient.alter(op); dgraphClient.alter(Operation.newBuilder().setDropAll(true).build());
  13. 13. Transaction There are two types of transactions in dgraph. ● read-only transactions. ● the transactions that change data in dgraph with mutate operations. Transaction txn = dgraphClient.newReadOnlyTransaction(); Transaction txn = dgraphClient.newTransaction();
  14. 14. Run a mutation We have a person class. class Person { String name Person() {} }
  15. 15. Run a mutation // Create data Person p = new Person(); p.name = "Alice"; // Serialize it Gson gson = new Gson(); String json = gson.toJson(p); // Run mutation Mutation mu = Mutation.newBuilder() .setSetJson(ByteString.copyFromUtf8(json)) .build(); txn.mutate(mu);
  16. 16. Commit a transaction A transaction can be committed using the Transaction#commit() method. txn.commit();
  17. 17. Reference ● DGraph docs

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