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Python interface to StellarDB

Project description

PyStellarDB

PyStellarDB is a Python API for executing Transwarp Exetended OpenCypher(TEoC) and Hive query. It is base on PyHive(https://github.com/dropbox/PyHive)

Usage

PLAIN Mode (No security is configured)

from pystellardb import stellar_hive

conn = stellar_hive.StellarConnection(host="localhost", port=10000, graph_name='pokemon')
cur = conn.cursor()
cur.execute('config query.lang cypher')
cur.execute('use graph pokemon')
cur.execute('match p = (a)-[f]->(b) return a,f,b limit 1')

print cur.fetchall()

LDAP Mode

from pystellardb import stellar_hive

conn = stellar_hive.StellarConnection(host="localhost", port=10000, username='hive', password='123456', auth='LDAP', graph_name='pokemon')
cur = conn.cursor()
cur.execute('config query.lang cypher')
cur.execute('use graph pokemon')
cur.execute('match p = (a)-[f]->(b) return a,f,b limit 1')

print cur.fetchall()

Kerberos Mode

# Make sure you have the correct realms infomation about the KDC server in /etc/krb5.conf
# Make sure you have the correct keytab file in your environment
# Run kinit command:
# In Linux: kinit -kt FILE_PATH_OF_KEYTABL PRINCIPAL_NAME
# In Mac: kinit -t FILE_PATH_OF_KEYTABL -f PRINCIPAL_NAME

from pystellardb import stellar_hive

conn = stellar_hive.StellarConnection(host="localhost", port=10000, kerberos_service_name='hive', auth='KERBEROS', graph_name='pokemon')
cur = conn.cursor()
cur.execute('config query.lang cypher')
cur.execute('use graph pokemon')
cur.execute('match p = (a)-[f]->(b) return a,f,b limit 1')

print cur.fetchall()

Execute Hive Query

from pystellardb import stellar_hive

# If `graph_name` parameter is None, it will execute a Hive query and return data just as PyHive does
conn = stellar_hive.StellarConnection(host="localhost", port=10000, database='default')
cur = conn.cursor()
cur.execute('SELECT * FROM default.abc limit 10')

Dependencies

Required:

  • Python 2.7+ / Python 3

System SASL

Different systems require different packages to be installed to enable SASL support in Impyla. Some examples of how to install the packages on different distributions follow.

Ubuntu:

apt-get install libsasl2-dev libsasl2-2 libsasl2-modules-gssapi-mit
apt-get install python-dev gcc              #Update python and gcc if needed

RHEL/CentOS:

yum install cyrus-sasl-md5 cyrus-sasl-plain cyrus-sasl-gssapi cyrus-sasl-devel
yum install gcc-c++ python-devel.x86_64     #Update python and gcc if needed

Requirements

Install using

  • pip install 'pystellardb[hive]' for the Hive interface.

PyHive works with

Testing

On his way

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