Enterprise IT requirements are demanding and solutions are expected to be reliable, scalable, and continuously available. Databases accomplish this through clustering, the ability of several instances to connect and conceptually appear and operate as a single unit.
Previous articleshave shown you how easy using Spring with Neo4j can be. Now the next release of Spring Data Neo4j (SDN), we are going to make this even easier!
As of version 2.1, Neo4j OGM will support persistence events. Although a date for the release of 2.1 isn’t known at thetime of writing, we think this is an important and exciting new feature and so we’ll be writing a series of posts aboutit over the next few weeks to whet your appetites. In this first post we’ll take a quick tour of the new Events mechanismin the OGM, and provide some examples of how we might use it in our own applications. But first, some background…
Spring Data Neo4j 4.1 introduces the ability to map nodes and relationships returned by custom Cypher queries to domain entities. This blog post will explain how different types of query results map to entities.
Our previous article demonstrated how easy it was to build an application using Spring Data Neo4j 4.
This guide (first published on Airpair) will get you up and running with Spring Data Neo4j 4 in under an hour.
Drawing a graph on a whiteboard is easy and fun! Translating that graph into an object model can sometimes result in questions such as “do I have to define relationships in both participating node entities?”or “which end of the relationship should I save?”.