Re: JanusGraph 0.6.0 Binary Driver failing on serialization


Thank you Marc,

I was able to reproduce your sample by console:  :remote connect tinkerpop.server conf/remote.yaml session  # it is GryoMessageSerializerV3d0 - no problem here, but must have serializeResultToString: true 

:remote connect tinkerpop.server conf/remote-graph-binary.yaml session

:> g.V().properties("some")    ==> Server error - Error during serialization: java.lang.IllegalStateException. 

:> g.V().properties("some").hasNext() => true, it is actually working in this context, where server testing the results, not the client after serialization.

It is fine when "remote-graph-binary.yaml" configuration is equipped with serializeResultToString: true. 


That hint should indicate that our server is different that the driver we use in java to remote access, but with more debugging I cannot say where is it... We run JanusGraph services through "bin/", that suppose to run new Binary Driver with gremlin-server-websoc.yaml (+serializeResultToString: true). Then we getting remote access from Java by connection with 

    MessageSerializer<?> serializer = new GraphBinaryMessageSerializerV1(typeSerializerRegistry);

To be sure, we have true for serializeResultToString in the configuration, we even modified that on fly:

    final Map<String, Object> cfg = new HashMap<>();  cfg.put("serializeResultToString",true);     serializer.configure(cfg, null);

With serializeResultToString(true) we have the same exception IllegalStageException as initially described, with (false) it is faling everywhere, on simple command like:

    GraphTraversal<Vertex, Vertex> t = g.V().hasLabel(label).has(property, value);

if (t.hasNext()) {  // java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.String cannot be cast to org.apache.tinkerpop.gremlin.process.remote.traversal.RemoteTraverser

so for serializeResultToString(true), all is fine, except "gv().properties()",...  somehow we have good driver config for remote access.

Regards, Chris




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