I'm looking at creating named indexes and have run into a roadblock of sorts. We're currently on neo4j 3.4.x with plans to upgrade to 3.5.5 in the next few months. In the mean time I'd like to proceed with building out named indexes.
From what I can tell, you can only name an index in the following ways:
- Prior to 3.5.x by using explicit indexes.
CALL db.index.explicit.addNode('name', ...)
- 3.5.x by using explicit, and fulltext multi-token indexes
CALL db.index.fulltext.createNodeIndex("titlesAndDescriptions",["Movie", "Book"],["title", "description"])
The problem is, the explicit indexes are depreciated and will be removed in version 4.
So anyone know if there is another way to create named indexes, or do I just need to pause on this until after we've upgraded to 3.5.5?