Maybe this could be due a poor design, so any advice will be appreciated.
I got a graph database that helps me model associations of objects based on Inheritance, for example
So if I get a new car, I just insert it into car class
Later I added the requirement, to keep a "metamodel", or a vision of all the data that stars getting into the model, while mantaining data separation for users, to achieve this, I decided that the data for each user, should go to separate set of clusters.
So if personA tries to insert something inside car, the system is going to create automatically the new cluster, and put the element on the right cluster.
This model applies the same for relationships and other kind of elements.
At the same level of class:Car, resides other classes that are going to be later related with car, for example, lawnmower, bike, all this classes are created dynamically, as are the clusters for the data and the relationships.
Bottom line, the model looks like a tree, where using relationships, I associate different kind of objects, and to differentiate from user A to user B, I use cluster, but when querying I only have the prefix of the cluster names, but the actual cluster where my root element resides is unknown for me.
To generalize, I need to find a way to be able to do something like this for personA:
Besides doing the first part on the orientEngine, and coding the second part to get the clusterName, and get the correct one, is there another better approach?
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