Re: keys are not indexed

Robert Dale <rob...@...>

Looks like you're running into a time limit on the server.  You could adjust that, but it's probably not a good use case for a remote connection. You'll probably want to use a local (embedded) JanusGraph for this.  Marc's suggestion is good.  Along the same lines, you could do something like for (x in 0..9)  g.V().has('mobile', textPrefix(x)), depending on the 'mobile' data type and index type.

Robert Dale

On Wed, Oct 4, 2017 at 7:10 AM, Ankur Goel <ankur...@...> wrote:

I am using Solr for indexing.

My requirement is to connect two vertex in a graph (15 million+ vertex) based on same property value having on both vertex.


Vertex1 has following properties:
 moble: 1112
 name: asd
 data: qwe

Vertex2 has following properties:
 moble: 1112
 name: abc
 bf: 1

Vertex3 has following properties:
 name: abc
 bf: 2

Then we will have connection between:
  - vertex1 and vertex2 based on mobile.
  - vertex1 and vertex2 based on name.


On Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 1:26:16 PM UTC+5:30, Ankur Goel wrote:

i need to create dynamic edges based on- if certain property exists or not:


I have enabled forced indexes. i am getting below error:

Could not find a suitable index to answer graph query and graph scans are disabled: [()]:VERTEX

Is there any way to create index on property name or alternate approach to achive the same.


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