The projects create network storage and populate it with data in different ways (queries, imports, java client update, etc).
- install Neuro4J Studio (It's Eclipse based UI). Start here
How to use it
- import it to Eclipse
- see code
- run code (Main class: org.neuro4j.nms.demo.roger.Main)
- open created storage with Neuro4J Studio Network Client.
- open ./data/storage.mns with Text editor and check/set absolute path to xml file
- open ./data/storage.mns with Neuro4J NMS Query Editor (Neuro4J NMS Query perspective)
- run query: select () / [depth='1']
- you should get something like on screenshot bellow
- practice with some NQL queries with your just created network storage. More about querying here: http://www.neuro4j.org/projects/nms/nql
Demo storage persistence is based on XML file (org.neuro4j.storage.xml.XMLNeuroStorage implementation).
That implementation is suitable for small amount of data (< 1000 objects).
For large storages use different implementations (e.g. org.neuro4j.storage.solr.SolrNeuroStorage)