After running the command, copy the build\web directory from the flutter project to your django project. Let's say you put it at the root and renamed it to flutter_web_app.

So we have,

Now edit…

Case1 :- When data loss is not an issue.

First remove the property.


Then add the property with changed data type


Case 2:- When data loss is an issue

first make the property with the changed data type

and then rename the property

and then change with the changed_data_type property

Step 1: Update you server regularly

apt install unattended-upgrades

Step 2: if you have Newer system, run the following

apt install apt-config-auto-update

if you have older try following

apt install update-notifier-common

Step 3: Configure the upgrades

sudo nano /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50unattended-upgrades

Step 4. Activate the upgrades

dpkg-reconfigure — priority=low unattended-upgrades

Step 5: Configure the upgrade time

nano /lib/systemd/system/apt-daily.timer

Now, your system will upgrade automatically.

After two days you visit


And verify that updates has been done automatically
adduser sumit
usermod -aG sudo sumit
ssh-keygen -t ed25519
ssh-copy-id username@remote_host

Why we need exports of Graph Databases?

i) Migration between Tinker pop enabled databases

ii) Creating backup copies of graph

There are three way It can be done

i) GraphML:- It is a lossy format

Syntax for writing“mydata.xml”)

Syntax for reading“mydata.xml”)

ii) GraphSon:- It is a lossless format

Syntax for writing“mydata.json”)

Syntax for reading“mydata.json”)

iii) Gyro: — Fast, efficient and lossless

Syntax for writing“mydata.kryo”)

Syntax for reading“mydata.kryo”)

First step :remote connect tinkerpop.server conf/remote.yaml session

Second Step :remote config timeout none

Third Step :remote console

Fourth Step graph.getOpenTransactions().size();

Fifth Step for(i=0;i<size;i++) {graph.getOpenTransactions().getAt(0).rollback()}

Note:- Replace size with output of fourth step

Sixth Step mgmt = graph.openManagement()

Seventh Step name = mgmt.getPropertyKey(‘name’)

Eighth Step bynameindex=mgmt.buildIndex(‘byNameComposite’, Vertex.class).addKey(name).buildCompositeIndex()

Ninth Step mgmt.commit();

Tenth Step ManagementSystem.awaitGraphIndexStatus(graph, “byNameComposite”).call();

Eleventh Step mgmt = graph.openManagement()

Twelfth Step mgmt.updateIndex(mgmt.getGraphIndex(“byNameComposite”), SchemaAction.REGISTER_INDEX).get();

Thirteenth Step mgmt.commit()

Fourteenth Step mgmt = graph.openManagement()

Fifteenth Step mgmt.updateIndex(mgmt.getGraphIndex(“byNameComposite”), SchemaAction.REINDEX).get()

Sixteenth Step mgmt.commit()

Seventeenth Step prop = mgmt.getPropertyKey(‘name’);

Eighteenth Step idx = mgmt.getGraphIndex(‘byNameComposite’);

Nineteenth Step status = idx.getIndexStatus(prop);

Twentieth Step print(status)

Hurray, You have enabled the property for indexing.

Now, Use it as follows.



Now, you will get the result, before you can even blink your eyes, Even if you have billions of nodes.

Sumit Kumar Sharan

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