Let me know if you need any help from my side.
Alright, so for now, I just asked sbt to choose a particular guava dependency -
libraryDependencies += “com.google.guava” % “guava” % “16.0.1” force()
The current code works, but then, Dgraph4J is not happy with this version of guava. I am working on building a shadow jar that allows you keep two versions of guava.
I have raised a PR on dgraph4J repo for shading dependencies causing conflicts. We will add more when we find the issues, going forward. It will take us a couple of days to get it on maven central. You can manually point to this jar by following the steps below -
You will have to compile Dgraph4J locally by running the following command from root folder -
./gradlew shadoJar -x test
and then, point to local shadow jar in your project by modifying the line -
libraryDependencies += “io.dgraph” % “dgraph4j” % “1.7.3” from “path to shadow jar”
Yeah sure, let me try doing this.
Let me know once the jar is available in mvn central I shall start using that instead.
Thanks a lot for the help.
hi, I also need a spark connector for dgraph, if you finished your spark connector , could you share your code?