Locations

Example 1

Find all Locations visited by Santo:

MATCH {Class: Profiles, as: profile, where: (Name='Santo' AND Surname='OrientDB')}<-HasProfile-{Class: Customers, as: customer}-HasVisited->{class: Locations, as: location} 
RETURN $pathelements

In the Graph Editor included in Studio, using the query above, this is the obtained graph:

Example 2

Find all Locations connected to Customer with OrderedId 1:

MATCH {class: Customers, as: customer, where: (OrderedId=1)}--{Class: Locations} 
RETURN $pathelements

In the Graph Editor included in Studio, using 'RETURN $pathelements' as RETURN clause, this is the obtained graph:

Example 3

Find all Locations connected to Customer with OrderedId 1, and their Reviews (if any):

MATCH {class: Customers, as: c, where: (OrderedId=1)}--{class: Locations, as: loc}-HasReview->{class: Reviews, as: r, optional: true} 
RETURN $pathelements

In the Graph Editor included in Studio, using 'RETURN $pathelements' as RETURN clause, this is the obtained graph:

Example 4

Find all Locations visited by Customer with OrderedId 2:

MATCH {Class: Locations, as: location}<-HasVisited-{class: Customers, as: customer, where: (OrderedId=2)}
RETURN $pathelements

In the Graph Editor included in Studio, using 'RETURN $pathelements' as RETURN clause, this is the obtained graph:

In the Browse Tab of Studio, using 'RETURN [email protected] as Location_RID, location.Name as Location_Name, location.Type as Location_Type' as RETURN clause, this is the obtained list of records (only few records are shown in the image below):

Example 5

Find all Locations visited by Santo's friends:

MATCH {Class: Profiles, as: profile, where: (Name='Santo' and Surname='OrientDB')}-HasFriend->{Class: Profiles, as: friend}<-HasProfile-{Class: Customers, as: customer}-HasVisited->{Class: Locations, as: location} 
RETURN $pathelements

In the Graph Editor included in Studio, using 'RETURN $pathelements' as RETURN clause, this is the obtained graph:

In the Browse Tab of Studio, using '[email protected] as Location_RID, location.Name as Location_Name, location.Type as Location_Type, friend.Name as Friend_Name, friend.Surname as Friend_Surname' as RETURN clause, this is the obtained list of records (only few records are shown in the image below):

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