PyOrient Client - db_count_records()

This method allows you to get the number of records in an opened OrientDB database.

Counting Records

There are two methods available in determining the size of the opened database. db_size() returns the size of the database, while db_count_records(), which returns the number of records in the database. It takes no arguments and returns a long value.




You might use this method as a basic sanity check in your application. For instance, you might use db_exists() to determine whether the database was created, then you can use the db_count_records() to determine whether or not the database is empty.

# Check that Database exists and contains Data
if client.db_exists("tinkerhome"):
   assert client.db_count_records() != 0

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