In the modern landscape of data management and processing, the need for sophisticated data models and methodologies that can handle complex data structures has never been more imperative. The advent of graph data, with its unique ability to represent intricate relationships naturally and intuitively, has opened up a new frontier in data analysis.

While established graph databases like Neo4j offer robust solutions for handling graph data, the idea of integrating graph data into SQL databases offers potential advantages worth exploring. SQL databases are well-regarded for their ability to handle structured data efficiently, offering robustness, reliability, and a familiar query language (SQL). In this article, I will try to explore the potential implementation of graph data and graph queries in OceanBase, an open-source distributed SQL database.

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