Oracle Graph Server and Client Installation This section explains the various operations that you must perform to install, uninstall or upgrade Oracle Graph Server (PGX). It also includes the steps to install Oracle Graph Client.
Setting Up Transport Layer Security The graph server (PGX), by default, allows only encrypted connections using Transport Layer Security (TLS). TLS requires the server to present a server certificate to the client and the client must be configured to trust the issuer of that certificate.
Interactive Graph Shell Both the Oracle Graph server and client packages contain an interactive command-line application for interacting with all the Java APIs of the product, locally or on remote computers.
Upgrading From Graph Server and Client 20.4.x to 21.x If you are upgrading from Graph Server and Client 20.4.x to 21.x version, you may need to create new roles in database and migrate authorization rules from pgx.conf file to the database. Also, starting from Graph Server and Client Release 21.1, TLS is enforced at the time of the RPM file installation.
Using the Graph Zeppelin Interpreter Client Oracle Graph provides an interpreter client implementation for Apache Zeppelin. This tutorial topic explains how to perform simple operations using the graph Zepplin interpreter client.