that's definitely the issue! JS functions are *server side functions *so 
they are interpreted by the running server


Il giorno mercoledì 21 settembre 2016 23:19:08 UTC+2, William ha scritto:
>
> Hi Ivan,
>
> I'm running 2.2.10-community under OSX.  
>
> I'm not running server when I try it... could that be part of the issue?
>
> -William
>
>
>
> On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 2:43:06 PM UTC-6, Ivan Mainetti wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>> which version of Orientdb are you using?* I'm trying on 2.2.10 and not 
>> getting that error.*
>>
>>
>> Il giorno mercoledì 21 settembre 2016 22:16:21 UTC+2, William ha scritto:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I have a simple graph with date information on each node in which the 
>>> vertices are:
>>>
>>>      id,date
>>>      A,2014-01-02
>>>      B,2015-01-02
>>>      C,2016-01-02
>>>      D,2013-06-01
>>>      E,2014-06-01
>>>      F,2016-06-01
>>>
>>> I'm trying to put together something that would let me generate edges 
>>> between nodes that occur on some date to a node with the same date on the 
>>> following year.  For the vertices above, I'd end up with:
>>>
>>>      A -> B -> C
>>>      D -> E
>>>      F
>>>
>>> I have put together a quick and dirty JS function to do this called 
>>> createSameDayOfYearEdges().  I add it into the graph using a console call 
>>> that executes a CREATE FUNCTION call.  If I fire up Studio after creating 
>>> the graph from my scripts, its there and running the query "SELECT 
>>> createSameDayOfYearEdges()" works properly... but if I try to run it using 
>>> that SELECT from the console it does not work.  The error message I'm 
>>> seeing says:
>>>
>>>
>>>      orientdb {db=test-add_edge_by_date.orientdb}> SELECT 
>>> createSameDayOfYearEdges()
>>>
>>>      Error: 
>>> com.orientechnologies.orient.core.command.script.OCommandScriptException: 
>>> Error on parsing script at position #0: Error on execution of the script
>>>      Script: createSameDayOfYearEdges
>>>      ------^
>>>     DB name="test-add_edge_by_date.orientdb"
>>>
>>>      Error: javax.script.ScriptException: TypeError: orient.getGraph is 
>>> not a function in <eval> at line number 2
>>>      Error: <eval>:2 TypeError: orient.getGraph is not a function
>>>
>>>
>>> This is a little confusing to me, it would appear that it's trying to 
>>> execute the script but I'm getting an error...
>>>
>>> Is it possible to get my function to run from the console, or do I need 
>>> to approach something like this differently?
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>>   -William
>>>
>>

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