peter.neubauer at neotechnology.com
Thu Sep 15 23:15:04 CEST 2011
Anything you can share about jo4neo problems with missing files? I have
commit access to the repo...
Sent from my phone.
On Sep 15, 2011 9:52 PM, "henry cleland" <hnocleland at gmail.com> wrote:
> oh great!!!,
> I'll be earnestly looking out for the example. I did hit the wall with my
> jo4noe. There is a required file that is not in the package.
> and this has been both intellectually stimulating and frustrating.
> I do appreciate your advice on manually mapping the classes to graph
> and i want to try that once again hoping that this time i will be
> I really am looking forward to the example so i know how to approach my
> On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 7:27 PM, McKinley <mckinley1411 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would be happy to share a Neo4j Play framework app with you. I'll
>> a small example and post it. jo4neo looks interesting, but it is not too
>> hard to manually map a few classes to a simple graph model and the
>> experience will be beneficial. The graph model is of a different and
>> grain than class based OOP and you shouldn't miss the chance for that to
>> stimulate new ideas.
>> Unfortunately I have too many work deadlines right now, but this weekend
>> will post the Play plugin and a sample app. However, I'm always happy to
>> distracted with Neo4j and Play questions so feel free to ask as you dive
>> On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 9:20 AM, henry cleland <hnocleland at gmail.com>
>> > hiya,
>> > thanx for your response.
>> > wrapping the models into java classes is a bit challenging for me cos i
>> > cant get my head around how the persistence layer will handle that.
>> > the post i did a search for a mapper and found jo4neo, and im currently
>> > to use that.
>> > Having challenges with how tho make the model persist.
>> > I would be very grateful again if you could give me a small sample
>> > implementation for neo such that the controller can persist it.
>> > My guess is i need my User Object and Interface to wrap the object into
>> > node or vice versa but how to store, lookup and retrieve it is my
>> > I do strongly wish you reconsider and release your model earlier. or at
>> > least i would be very grateful if i could jst view your repo to he how
>> > handled stuff.
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> Regards, hnocleland
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