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Getting exception backtrace and output in Rexster console


Getting exception backtrace and output in Rexster console

By : user2950939
Date : November 17 2020, 11:58 AM
may help you . You can't get much more out of Rexster Console. If you look at server logs for Rexster though, you should see a bit more output. Of course, I wouldn't expect the trace to tell you too much more in the specific case of a "No such property" type of error.
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Verbose Rexster output/logging on error `null`

Verbose Rexster output/logging on error `null`


By : user3051584
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . You usually get that error if there is some failure during invocation of your extension. Usually, the console where Rexster is running should provide some log messages that explain the cause and have a stack trace.
In the event that you are not seeing those for some reason, I would try to do your own logging in your extension and possibly trap exceptions in your code more generally (and logging in the catch clause) until you can see the error.
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By : Srinivasanm77
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Rexster/Gremlin 2.x support a slightly older version of Neo4j:
https://github.com/tinkerpop/blueprints/blob/master/blueprints-neo4j2-graph/pom.xml#L15
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By : Tianqi Zhu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Yes, the text is different. Try it yourself.
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By : AlphaMoment
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you You are mixing and matching syntax/technology from TinkerPop 2.x with 3.x. Rexster is a TinkerPop 2.x based system. You are trying to then use TinkerPop 3.x based Titan 1.0 with Gremlin syntax like TinkerFactory.createModern() and TinkerGraph.open() that creates TinkerGraph databases as part of Titan. I would say:
Don't use anything TinkerPop 2.x at this point. That version has not been maintained for many years. Do not use Titan - it is no longer maintained. Consider JanusGraph (Titan's successor) or other TinkerPop 3.x systems. If you are just getting started with graphs/TinkerPop, then simply start with TinkerGraph and Gremlin Console. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and then read the Gremlin Console Tutorial. Finally, get familiar with the Practical Gremlin book.
Titan DB + Cassandra + Rexster. creating and saving graph in cassandra and showing in rexster

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By : siri
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue You can't mix Rexster with Titan 1.x. Titan 0.5.x is compatible with Rexster. Titan 1.x is compatible with Rexster's replacement Gremlin Server. You should not need to download Gremlin Server separately. It is distributed with Titan 1.0.0. You can just start it with:
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