12 April 2022
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We are excited to introduce the RelationalAI SDK for Java with APIs for our Relational Knowledge Graph Management System (RKGMS).
rai-sdk-java package is open source and its code can be found in this public GitHub repository. It includes self-contained examples of the main API functionality. We welcome contributions and pull requests.
The RelationalAI SDK for Java is a standalone library that can be easily installed from our public repository as follows:
git clone https://github.com/RelationalAI/rai-sdk-java cd rai-sdk-java mvn install
For more information about getting started with the SDK, refer to our RelationalAI SDK for Java guide. There you’ll find documentation describing configuration details and APIs covering:
rai-sdk-java package requires Java 11.0.10 or later.
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