Currently, the information in the Office Graph is gathered from Share Point Online, One Drive for Business, Exchange Online, the Microsoft Azure Active Directory, and Delve. A simplified view of the Search aspect of Office Graph and Delve, the main experience it powers As with any graph, each edge in the Office Graph has a source node and a target node.The source node is called the actor and the target node is called the object. The relationship among actor, edge, and object Edges have the properties listed in Table 1. Edge property descriptions and their types The nodes in the Office Graph have the same managed properties as defined in the Share Point Online search schema.Currently, you can query for the following insights from the Office Graph: Graph Query Language (GQL) is a preliminary query language designed to query the Office Graph via the Share Point Online Search REST API.By using GQL, you can query the Office Graph to get items for an actor that satisfies a particular filter.
Graph QL makes it easy to build powerful tools like Graph Add new fields and types to your Graph QL API without impacting existing queries.Graph QL creates a uniform API across your entire application without being limited by a specific storage engine.Write Graph QL APIs that leverage your existing data and code with Graph QL engines available in many languages.Typically, when you query the Office Graph, you want to find items that are related to other items, and retrieve information about these items and their relationships.For example, you want to query the graph for "everything related to Carl Steadman" or "all items modified by Jarvis Ferro". A typical graph query call via RESTA graph query can contain both a content part (Querytext) and a graph part (Graph Query).