Thanks Mark for the tip, on the surface, that sounds like a great idea, however, when I create a graph and the corresponding vertex and edges all in GraphStudio, none of those components show up under the ‘gsql ls’ command. It seems that your graph has to have a Global view for it to show up under the gsql ls command. Additionally, the ‘gsql ls’ command does not list out the contents of my queries. I guess I can hand scrap them from the GraphStudio.
I would like to see a feature available in both the GraphStudio, and at the gsql command level to dump either all, or by name, my graph schema’s (including defined queries) into plan text.
Finally, the gsql ls command approach might work well for a single developer, however, I would have a hard time proposing this as an enterprise solution to my organization. This existing db products that we have in house allows us to “dump” the schema to plan text.