Once installing the app, I decided to run the app. As mentioned on online resources, it asked me to add the plug in and restart the app and database. I did that. However, when I restart the the Graphlyltic app it directs me to .Neo4JDesktop file and nothing else happens. I am not sure how to proceed after that.
We've released Graphlytic Desktop 2.0.0 which uses Neo4j Desktop's plugin dependency mechanism, this should solve your problem. Please upgrade Graphlytic in your Neo4j Desktop (if it's not upgraded automatically please remove Graphlytic from Neo4j Desktop and install it again).
Blogpost on how to install Graphlytic in Neo4j Desktop: https://graphlytic.biz/blog/how-to-install-graphlytic-in-neo4j-desktop
Note: please be sure that no application is running on localhost:8080 and localhost:8443 ports because these are used by Graphlytic server which is started when you launch Graphlytic in Neo4j Desktop.
Please send the logs from Graphlytic Desktop to firstname.lastname@example.org
Logs are located in <NEO4J_DATA_DIR>/graphApps/_global/graphlytic-desktop/dist/log/
<NEO4J_DATA_DIR> location can be found in Neo4j Desktop:
1 - click on the icon marked with "1" in the picture below
2 - use the path from the field marked with "2" in the picture below
Graphlytic Desktop 2.2.0 was released yesterday. There was a problem with launching local Graphlytic Server when the app was installed in folder containing spaces. I see from your screenshots that the app is indeed installed in folder with a space in the name.
Please upgrade Graphlytic Desktop in your Neo4j Desktop (the upgrade should start automagically on Win) to version 2.2.0 and try to start it.
I think the Graphyltic app has started working. But I am not sure about one thing. I am trying to connect it to an existing database that I created in Neo4J. But when I am opening the Graphyltic app, it is showing me a blank sheet.
Do I need to import my data again? Or is there something that I am doing wrong?
When you create a new visualization it's a blank workspace where you can put nodes and relationships from connected Neo4j. You can use the search field in the center of the header to look for nodes (fulltext search) and by clicking on them place it to the worspace. Them by doubleclicking on the you can "expand" the nodes, e.g.load relationships of clicked node.
Before using the fulltext search please setup the index and reindex the db. Please see the steps in this picture:
1.Open the "Fulltext search configuration"
2.Choose properties that will be indexed
3.Click on "Start indexing"
You can write your own cypher queries and visualize the output (if there are some nodes or relationships returned) with the Search & Manage data (also awailable as the Advanced Search from visualization's search field). More info is here : https://graphlytic.biz/doc/latest/Search_%26_Manage_Data.html
I've just tested the installation on D drive in folders with spaces and I can't reproduce the issue. Can you please send your logs to email@example.com for further inspection?
Be sure to use a local graph with Graphlytic Desktop. Connection to remote graphs is supported only in Graphlytic Server (on-premise installation or in our cloud) - a Free Trial of Graphlytic Server can be downloaded from graphlytic.biz webpage.
I am having issues with the app. I am using neo4j desktop 1.2.4 on a windows 10 machine and everything is installed to the defaults.
I've tried installing the app today from both the Graph App Gallery and the way in the guide here: (https://graphlytic.biz/redirect/gld-plugin-install)
The app installs, but whenever I try to open it it tells me that the plug in is not installed. When I check available plugins i see the following:
Can you please help me how to resolve this issue?
Hi, please try to remove Graphlytic from your Neo4j Desktop Project and add it again. Sometimes Neo4j Desktop can't install the plugin correctly but it works after removing and inserting back.
Note: Next version of Graphlytic Desktop (release is planned for end of February) will be without the plugin so it should be easier to install and manage.
the Graphlytic Desktop 3.0.0 was released today.
Please try to upgrade it in your Neo4j Desktop (if the upgrade doesn’t start automatically just remove and add Graphlytic again).
This version is not using any Neo4j plugins which resolved the issues with installation and starting of the app.
The Neo4j 4.0 is not supported yet (should be added in 1-2 weeks), but 3.5.6+ are supported.
I'm having trouble getting Graphlytics to work on macOS Mojave with Neo4j Desktop 1.3.3
The app starts loading and initiates the server on port 8110 but then stops with a red error box. The log file says:
2021-06-18 11:59:52.833 [main] INFO - CONSOLE: finished = true
2021-06-18 11:59:53.240 [main] INFO - CONSOLE: Graphlytic configured
2021-06-18 11:59:53.592 [main] INFO - CONSOLE: Starting Graphlytic on port 8110
2021-06-18 11:59:53.951 [main] INFO - RunGraphlyticLinux started
2021-06-18 11:59:53.955 [main] INFO - RunGraphlyticLinux - PWD: ... Application Support/Neo4j Desktop/Application/graphApps/_global/graphlytic-desktop/dist/app/bin/
2021-06-18 11:59:53.957 [main] INFO - RunGraphlyticLinux - JAVA_HOME: ... /Library/Application Support/Neo4j Desktop/Application/distributions/java/zulu126.96.36.199-ca-jdk8.0.232/jre
2021-06-18 11:59:53.957 [main] INFO - RunGraphlyticLinux - PATH: ... /Library/Application Support/Neo4j Desktop/Application/distributions/java/zulu188.8.131.52-ca-jdk8.0.232/jre/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin
2021-06-18 11:59:57.197 [main] INFO - RunGraphlyticLinux finished
2021-06-18 11:59:57.566 [main] INFO - ERROR: false
The last line doesn't give a hint where to look for.
Any help is appreciated