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How to use bolt protocol in java to directly execute cypher query in AWS Neptune Service

I am following the following article to query cypher query on the Neptune instance:- [Cypher Using Bolt]( I want to execute the cypher query directly on the AWS Neptune Instance without translating it to the gremlin. Following is the error I am getting, despite following the code as shown in the documentation. """ Exception in thread "main" org.neo4j.driver.exceptions.ServiceUnavailableException: Failed to establish connection with the server at org.neo4j.driver.internal.util.Futures.blockingGet( Caused by: not an SSL/TLS record: 485454502f312e31203430302042616420526571756573740d0a5365727665723a20617773656c622f322e30 (trimmed) """ I am also putting the sample java code for your reference:- ``` public class TestImpl { private static final String ACCESS_KEY = "XYZ"; private static final String SECRET_KEY = "ABC"; private static final String SERVICE_REGION = "AAAA"; private static final Gson GSON = new Gson(); public static void main(String[] args) { String URL = "bolt://URL:PORT"; final Driver driver = GraphDatabase.driver(URL, AuthTokens.basic("username", getSignedHeader()), getDefaultConfig()); String query = "MATCH (ruleSet:RULE_SET) " + "WHERE ruleSet.refId = \"aws-iam-best-practices\" " + "RETURN ruleSet.refId as refId, as name, collect(ruleSet.ruleIds) as ruleIds"; System.out.println(query); final Record rec = driver.session().run(query).list().get(0); System.out.println(rec.get("refId").asNode().toString()); } private static Config getDefaultConfig() { return Config.builder() .withConnectionTimeout(30, TimeUnit.SECONDS) .withMaxConnectionPoolSize(1000) .withDriverMetrics() .withLeakedSessionsLogging() .withEncryption() .withTrustStrategy(Config.TrustStrategy.trustSystemCertificates()) .build(); } private static String getSignedHeader() { // If you are using permanent credentials, use the BasicAWSCredentials access key and secret key final BasicAWSCredentials permanentCreds = new BasicAWSCredentials(ACCESS_KEY, SECRET_KEY); final AWSCredentialsProvider creds = new AWSStaticCredentialsProvider(permanentCreds); // Or, if you are using temporary credentials, use the BasicSessionCredentials to // pass the access key, secret key, and session token, like this: // final BasicSessionCredentials temporaryCredentials = new BasicSessionCredentials(ACCESS_KEY, SECRET_KEY, AWS_SESSION_TOKEN); // final AWSCredentialsProvider tempCreds = new AWSStaticCredentialsProvider(temporaryCredentials); String signedHeader = ""; final Request<Void> request = new DefaultRequest<Void>("neptune-db"); // Request to neptune request.setHttpMethod(HttpMethodName.GET); request.setEndpoint(URI.create("https://NeptuneServiceURL")); // Comment out the following line if you're using an engine version older than request.setResourcePath("/openCypher"); final AWS4Signer signer = new AWS4Signer(); signer.setRegionName(SERVICE_REGION); signer.setServiceName(request.getServiceName()); signer.sign(request, creds.getCredentials()); signedHeader = getAuthInfoJson(request); return signedHeader; } private static String getAuthInfoJson(final Request<Void> request) { final Map<String, Object> obj = new HashMap<>(); obj.put("Authorization", request.getHeaders().get("Authorization")); obj.put("HttpMethod", request.getHttpMethod()); obj.put("X-Amz-Date", request.getHeaders().get("X-Amz-Date")); obj.put("Host", request.getEndpoint().getHost()); // If temporary credentials are used, include the security token in // the request, like this: // obj.put("X-Amz-Security-Token", request.getHeaders().get("X-Amz-Security-Token")); final String json = GSON.toJson(obj); return json; } } ``` Please guide me on what is my mistake in this process. Thanking you in advance for it :).
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