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SAP HANA Cloud Graph
Philip MUGGLESTONE recently added four new video tutorials about SAP HANA Graph to the SAP HANA Cloud YouTube playlist of the SAP HANA Academy. In this post, you will find the videos embedded with some additional information and resources.
What You Learn
You can watch the video tutorial in a little under 40 minutes. What you learn is
- How to create a Graph Workspace
- How to work with the SAP HANA database explorer Graph Workspace viewer
- How to create GraphScript procedures
- How to use GraphScript for neighborhood search
- How to traverse graphs and perform graph analysis
- How to query data using openCypher
- How to work with Graph and HDI containers and MTA
For the documentation, visit the SAP Help Portal for SAP HANA Cloud. The Reference includes a GraphScript Cheat Sheet.
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Graph – Create Graph Workspace
In the first tutorial we learn how to use the graph capabilities native to SAP HANA Cloud. Philip provides and introduction to graph in SAP HANA before setting up some example data and showing how to create a graph workspace.
0:00 – Introduction, vertices, edges, and attributes
2:35 – SAP HANA Graph Reference
3:10 – Code snippets from GitHub
3:30 – Access the SQL Console of the SAP HANA database explorer for SAP HANA Cloud
4:15 – Execute sample code and review
5:25 – Create Graph Workspace
6:30 – System views
7:40 – View Graph
9:15 – Recap
Graph – GraphScript
In the second tutorial we learn how to use GraphScript to perform graph analysis.
0:00 – Introduction and sample scenario
1:20 – GraphScript language and cheat sheet
2:30 – Create GraphScript stored procedure IS_REACHABLE
3:55 – SHORTEST_PATH
6:30 – SHORTEST_PATH Weighted
8:30 – NEIGHBORS
10:00 – Traversing graphs
10:45 – Recap
Graph – openCypher
In the third tutorial we continue our exploration and use openCypher to perform graph analysis against a graph workspace.
0:00 – Introduction and support for openCypher
2:00 – Code sample using OPENCYPHER_TABLE
4:55 – Code sample using fuzzy search
5:20 – Code sample using multiple matching
6:45 – Recap
Graph – Multitarget Application
In video tutorial number four, Philip shows the end-to-end process for how to use graph in a multi-target application based on an HDI container for database persistence rather than a classical schema. Setting up example data and creating the graph workspace are explained along with how to adapt the GraphScript and openCypher examples already covered in the previous graph tutorials.
0:00 – Introduction
1:00 – Using SAP Business Application Studio and GitHub code sample myappgraph
1:45 – Code walkthrough
8:00 – Build and deploy
8:30 – SAP Cloud Platform cockpit
8:35 – My App Graph
10:50 – Recap
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