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Project Description

Neo4j Python REST Client

synopsis:Object-oriented Python library to interact with Neo4j standalone REST server.

The first objective of Neo4j Python REST Client is to make transparent for Python programmers the use of a local database through python-embedded or a remote database thanks to Neo4j REST Server. So, the syntax of this API is fully compatible with python-embedded. However, a new syntax is introduced in order to reach a more pythonic style.

Installation

Available throught Python Package Index:

$ pip install neo4jrestclient

Or:

$ easy_install neo4jrestclient

Getting started

The main class is GraphDatabase, exactly how in python-embedded:

>>> from neo4jrestclient.client import GraphDatabase

>>> gdb = GraphDatabase("http://localhost:7474/db/data/")

Due to the syntax is fully compatible with python-embedded, the next lines only show the commands added and its differences.

Creating a node:

>>> n = gdb.nodes.create()

# Equivalent to
>>> n = gdb.node()

Specify properties for new node:

>>> n = gdb.nodes.create(color="Red", width=16, height=32)

Accessing properties:

>>> value = n['key'] # Get property value

>>> n['key'] = value # Set property value

Create relationship:

>>> n1.relationships.create("Knows", n2) # Useful when the name of
                                         # relationship is stored in a variable

Specify properties for new relationships:

>>> n1.Knows(n2, since=123456789, introduced_at="Christmas party")

Documentation

For the extended and latest version of the documentation, please, visit the read the docs site

Changes

2.1.1 (2015-11-20)

  • Add dockerized travis
  • Fix #119. Allow labels create nodes directly
  • Fix #122. Problem clearing labels of a node. Fix also a cache issue. Update travis to run python 3.4 and Neo4j verions
  • Add more serialization support for extensions

2.1.0 (2014-11-17)

  • Fix pip install error
  • Remove lucene-querybuilder as dependency
  • Add stats for query execution
  • Add support for resultDataContents param in the transactional Cypher endpoint
  • Fix #116. Although the old reference is still kept, the object does not exist in server and will fail
  • Add Neo4j 2.1.5 to travis
  • Fixes issues #109 and #114, related to a memory leak in query transactions
  • Fix #113. Add a way to cast query results from collection functions in Cypher
  • Change .iteritems to items for Python 3 compatibility
  • Change to enterprise for testing
  • Fix URI_REWRITES option. Remove testing for 1.7.2, and add 2.1.4.
  • Fix the download script for Neo4j, neo4j-clean-remote-db-addon no longer used.
  • Add uri rewrites as a work around neo4j issue #2985
  • Some pruning bugs
  • Labels url is stored in node_labels settings key
  • Fixed bug in prune function: it didn’t return the self object
  • Fixed bug for prunning with JS code: added the case in traverse method for prunning based on an arbitrary Javascript code.

2.0.4 (2014-06-20)

  • Typos
  • Bugfixes
  • Drop support for 1.6 branch

2.0.3 (2014-05-16)

  • Update travis to test Neo4j versions 1.9.7 and 2.0.3
  • Fix #104. Keep backwards compatibility for ‘nullable’ prior 2.0 It will be deprecated for Neo4j>=2.0.0
  • Update Q class for nullable=True
  • Fix un/pickling extenions
  • Refactorize get auth information from the connection URL
  • Update queries.rst (typo)
  • Fix the lazy loading of extensions

2.0.2 (2014-04-04)

  • Add Pickle support for GraphDatabase objects
  • Add small control to change display property in IPython
  • Add a new parameter to auto_execute transactions in one single request
  • Fix auto transaction in Cypher queries for Neo4j versions prior 2.0
  • The non transactional Cypher will be removed eventually, so we create now a transaction per query automatically
  • Experimental support for IPython Notebook rendering
  • Fix #101. Fix a problem when accessing node properties inside transaction for queries

2.0.1 (2014-03-23)

  • Fix coveralls for Travis
  • Fix #100. Fixes rollback problem when outside a with statement
  • Update Neo4j versions for testing
  • Remove inrange test for version 1.7.2 of Neo4j
  • Add specific test for inrange lookups
  • Fixes #98. Bug due to an incorrect treatment of numbers in eq, equals, neq, notequals lookups
  • Add downloads
  • Split exceptions from request.py file to a exceptions.py file
  • Update requirements.txt
  • Fix #96, fix dependency versions
  • Fix #95. Support for creating spatial indexes

2.0.0 (2013-12-30)

  • Add support for Neo4j 2.0
  • Add Python3 support
  • Remove Python 2.6 support
  • Add support for Cypher transactional endpoint
  • Add documentation for Cypher transactions
  • Add support for Labels
  • Add documentation for Labels
  • Add support to pass Neo4j URL as the host, and neo4j-rest-client will request for the ‘/db/data’ part in an extra request
  • Add option for enabling verification of SSL certificates
  • Fix #94. Disable lazy loading from Cypher queries but keep if for filters
  • Update documentation
  • Add the option to ‘create’ labels and add nodes to them
  • Add filtering support for Labels
  • Add tests for Labels
  • Better structure to organize tests
  • Add UnitTest.skipIf instead of my own decorator @versions
  • Add development requirements and PyPy to Travis
  • Add flake8
  • Add support for tox
  • Skip some test that depend on newer versions of other dependencies
  • Update README with Coveralls.io image
  • Add coverage
  • Add extra requires for tests
  • Enable syntax highlighting, fix spelling errors
  • Fix #92. Allow nodes to be deleted from index without key or value
  • Fix an error on traversals time_out when decimal values are passed
  • Update Neo4j versions for Travis
  • PEP8 review
  • Add .all method to get all the elements. Underneath, it invokes .filter with no arguments
  • Merge pull request #85 from carlsonp/patch-1

1.9.0 (2013-05-27)

  • Add Neo4j 1.9 and 2.0.0-M02 to tests and Travis.
  • Fix Python 2.6 compatibility. Last Python 2.6 issue fixed.
  • Fix test_filter_nodes_complex_lookups test for empty databases
  • Fix get_or_create and create_or_fail tests and add SMART_ERRORS for those functions
  • Add support for Neo4j versions when testing in Travis
  • Add support for get_or_create and create_or_fail index operations
  • Adding integration tests with Travis-CI
  • Updated requirements.txt with Shrubbery proposals
  • Add experimental support for smart dates

1.8.0 (2012-12-09)

  • Updated lucene-querybuilder requirement.
  • Add support for using Indexes as start points when filtering
  • Add support for using filters in indices.
  • Fixes an error when using cert and key files.
  • Adding order by and filtering for relationships.
  • First implementation of complex filtering and slicing for nodes based on Cypher.
  • Improving stability of tests.
  • Fixes #74. Added the new .query() method and casting for returns. Also a very initial .filter method with an special Q object for composing complex filters.
  • Fixes #64, added a small unicode check.
  • Feature cache store and cache extension requests. Every time extension is used a get request is made before post this only needs to happen once per extension.
  • Allow user to configure own cache engine, (e.g djangos cache).
  • Read test db url from environ.
  • Fixes #71. Pass correct url to get. Get with missing ‘/’ was causing an additional 302.
  • Support keep-alive / pipelining: httplib now instantiated on module load not per quest this also fixes caching, when the CACHE option was set a no-cache header was added that by passed the cache system.
  • Fixes #68. Gremlin query trips on “simple” list, but not an error no neo4j-rest-client side.
  • Fixes #69. Incorrect node references when splitting transactions.
  • Adding support for retrieving index elements in a transaction.
  • Fixes #66. Ditch exception catch on root fetch at GraphDatabase.__init__(). As per #65, current behaviour when auth fails is that a 401 StatusException is raised, and caught by this try/except block and a misleading NotFoundError is raised in its place - lets just let the StatusException through. Unsure about what other Exceptions may be raised but cannot reproduce.
  • Fixed issue #69. Transaction split.
  • Adding support for retrieving index elements in a transaction.

1.7.0 (2012-05-17)

  • Fixing an error when reating relationships with nodes created previously in a transactions.
  • Fixing typo (self._aith vs self_auth).
  • Fixing #60. Adding support when no port is specified.
  • Fixing an error with unicode property names and indexing.

1.6.2 (2012-03-26)

  • Fixing an error indexing with numeric values.
  • Fixing an error indexing with boolean values.
  • Adding initial unicode suppport for indices. Adding better debug messages to 400 response codes.

1.6.1 (2012-02-27)

  • Fixes #29. Adding support for authentication.

1.6.0 (2012-02-27)

  • Adding documentation site.
  • Finishing the experimental support for indexing and transactions.
  • Adding preliminar indexing support in trasnsactions.
  • Adding a new way to traverse the graph based on python-embedded.
  • Removing __credits__ in favor of AUTHORS file. Updating version number.
  • Fixes #33. Deprecating the requirement of a reference node.
  • Added methods to bring it in line with the embedded driver.
  • Added .single to Iterable and .items() to Node to bring it into alignment with the embedded driver.
  • Adding non-functional realtionshos creation inside transactions.
  • New returnable type “RAW”, added in constants. Very useful for Gremlin and Cypher queries.
  • Extensions can now return raw results. Fixes #52.
  • Added a test for issue #52, returns=RAW.
  • Adding relationships support to transactions.
  • Fixes #49. Usage in extensions.
  • Improving transaction support. Related #49.
  • Fixing some PEP08 warnings.
  • Fixes #43. Unable to reproduce the error.
  • Fixes #49. Improving the batch efficiency in get requests.
  • Fixes #47. Improving Paths management in traversals.
  • Adding ‘content-location’ as possible header in responses instead of just ‘location’.
  • Fixing an error wwhen the value of a set property operation is None.
  • Merge branch ‘master’ of github.com:versae/neo4j-rest-client into devel.
  • Fix for paginated traversals under Neo4j 1.5.
  • Added check for ‘content-location’ header in PaginatedTraversal, ensuring traversals don’t stop early with Neo4j 1.5.

1.5.0 (2011-10-31)

  • Removing the smart_quote function from indexing. It’s not needed anymore with the new way to add elements to indices.
  • Fixes #37.
  • Using JSON object to set index key and value.

1.4.5 (2011-09-15)

  • Adding more testing to returns parameter in the extensions.
  • Fixes 32. It needs some more testing, maybe.
  • Updated to using lucene-querybuilder 0.1.5 (bugfixes and better wildcard support).
  • Fixed the test issue found in #34, and updated the REST client to using lucene-querybuilder 0.1.5.
  • Fixes #34. Fixing dependency of lucene-querybuilder version
  • Fixes #30. Fixing an issue deleting all index entries for a node.
  • Fixing an issue with parameters in extensions.
  • Ensure that self.result is always present on the object, even if it’s None.
  • Fixing naming glitch in exception message
  • Ensure that self.result is always present on the object, even if it’s None
  • Fixing an error retrieving relationships in paths.
  • Fixing an error in extensions, Path and Position.

1.4.4 (2011-08-17)

  • Merge pull request #28 from mhluongo/master
  • Made the DeprecationWarnings a bit more specific.
  • Nodes can now be used in set and as dict keys, differentiated by id.
  • Added a test for node hashing on id.
  • Removed the ‘Undirected’ reference from tests to avoid a DepreactionWarning.
  • Moved the relationship creation DeprecationWarning so creating a relationship the preferred way won’t raise it.
  • Got rid of the DeprecationWarning on import- moved in to whenever using Undirected.*.
  • Fixed traversal return filters.
  • Enabled return filters, including those with custom javascript bodies. Eventually a more elegant (Python instead of string based) solution for return filter bodies is in order.
  • Fixed a mispelling in the test_traversal_return_filter case.
  • Added a test for builtin and custom traversal return filters.
  • Small bug fix for traversal
  • Fixed bug in traverse method for POSITION and PATH return types.

1.4.3 (2011-07-28)

  • Added some deprecation warnings.
  • Added support for pickling ans some tests.
  • Fixed an error deleting nodes and relationships on transactions.
  • Finishied and refactored the full unicode support.

1.4.2 (2011-07-18)

  • Updated the documentation and version.
  • Added support for indices deletion.
  • Improved Unicode support in properties keys and values and relationships types. Adding some tests.

1.4.1 (2011-07-12)

  • Fixed an error retrieving relationships by id.
  • Added control to handle exceptions raised by Request objects.
  • Updated changes, manifest and readme files.

1.4.0 (2011-07-11)

  • Updated version number for the new release.
  • Updated documentation.
  • Updated develpment requirements.
  • Added support for paginated traversals.
  • Passed pyflakes and PEP8 on tests.
  • Added weight to Path class.
  • Index values now quoted_plus.
  • Changed quote to quote_plus for index values.
  • Added two tests for unicode and url chars in index values.
  • Added initial documentacion for transactions.
  • Added the transaction support and several tests.
  • Fixed the implementation of __contains__ in Iterable class for evaluation of ‘in’ and ‘not in’ expressions.
  • Added documentation for Iterable objects.
  • Added more transactions features.
  • Added requirements file for virtual environments in development.
  • Improved number of queries slicing the returned objects in a Iterable wrapper class.
  • Added Q syntax for more complicated queries.
  • Added support for the Q query syntax for indexes using the DSL at http://github.com/scholrly/lucene-querybuilder
  • Fixed an error in the test_query_index case (forgot to include an ‘or’. between queries).
  • Added lucene-querybuilder to the test requirements in setup.py.
  • Added a test case for Q-based queries.

1.3.4 (2011-06-22)

  • Fixed the setup.py and httplib2 import error during installing.
  • Reordered the options variables in an options.py file. Allows index.query() to be called with or without a key
  • Fixed issue #15 regarding dependency to httplib2
  • Patched index.query() so it can take a query without a key (to support, say, mutli-field Lucene queries). Ultimately, query so probably be refactored to Index (instead of IndexKey) because IndexKey doesn’t actually help with full-text queries.
  • Fixed for issue #19 (missed that urllib.quote).
  • Altered the test_query_index case to reflect how I think indexing should work.
  • Using assertTrue instead of failUnless in tests.py, failUnless is deprecated in 2.7 and up, so I figured we might as well switch.
  • Added SMART_ERRORS (aka “Django mode”). If you set SMART_ERROR to True it will make the client throw KeyError instead of NotFoundError when a key is missing.

1.3.3 (2011-06-14)

  • Fixed an introspection when the results list of a traverse is empty.
  • Merge pull request #17 from mhluongo/master
  • Resolved the STOP_AT_END_OF_GRAPH traversal test case. Calling .traverse(stop=STOP_AT_END_OF_GRAPH) will now traverse the graph without a max depth (and without 500 errors).
  • Added a failing test case for traverse(stop=STOP_AT_END_OF_GRAPH).

1.3.2 (2011-05-30)

  • Added a test for deleting relationships.
  • Fixing an Index compatibility issue with Python 2.6.1.
  • Fixing an error in extensions support with named params.

1.3.1 (2011-04-16)

  • Fixing setup.py.

1.3.0 (2011-04-15)

  • First Python Index Package release with full support for Neo4j 1.3.
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