OrientDB Connector
Stable Version 1.0.1 (OutSystems 9.1)
Published on 14 February 2016 by 
Created on 14 February 2016
OrientDB connector using OrientDB's REST interface
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When the relational world doesn't cut it then it's time to bring in some Graph Database awesomeness!

This connector uses the OrientDB REST API and supports:
  • SQL and Gremlin queries
  • vertex creation and updates
  • edge creation
  • batch operations
Some mastery of OrientDBs query language is required since you'll be mapping a graph into flat / hierarchical structures.

Dependencies: ardoHTTP and ardoJSON.
What’s new (1.0.1)
Bundled the GratefulDeathConcerts demo application to show how to use the component.

The GratefulDeathConcerts database is bundled by default with new OrientDB graph db installations.
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