Re: [qldjvm] Graph Databases? Anybody used one in anger?

From: Gavin K.
Sent on: Thursday, December 1, 2011 10:17 PM
Hi John,

I only ran some hello world stuff a while ago, but did note at the
time that you had to be very careful to always use the same version
to access the db or corruption resulted. This may be better now.

While the online/offline syncing capabilities and performance look good, there
are a few architectural things like checking versions that must be solve by the developer.
A NoSQL db that had these solutions baked in would be pretty awesome.
There is a fair bit of buzz around CouchDb atm..

http://www.kromhouts.net/blog/category/db4o/
I might have a couple of other Groovy scripts, PM me if they would be useful to you.

Regards
Gavin
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On 01/12/11 09:05, John Neale wrote:
Hi Guys,

Just wondering if anybody has any experience with graph databases? e.g. Neo4J

Any war stories? Any recommendations?

Thanks,

John Neale
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