we also discussed an approach like your Transaction suggestion, the main problem with that is references leaking outside the scope (imho).
But might be worth a try.
Feel free to chime in and try it out.
Let's have a look at the test: BatchRestAPITest
Relationship foundRelationship = TestHelper.firstRelationshipBetween( r.n1.getRelationships(Type.TEST, Direction.OUTGOING), r.n1, r.n2);
assertThat(r.n1.getRelationships(Type.TEST, Direction.OUTGOING), new IsRelationshipToNodeMatcher(r.n1, r.n2));
Am 25.04.2012 um 21:01 schrieb Daniel Cox:
> Hey All,
> The java-rest-bindings readme says it supports batch operations, but I haven't found any code examples. My best guess is that it supports batches transparently through GraphDatabaseService's transactions, so that I would just do this, and it would kick off a batch operation in tx.success():
> Transaction tx = db.beginTx();
> Is that right?
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