I have a large oracle database that I am importing as part of a GDPR cleanup , each table in oracle is a Label in neo4j with the fields of the table as properties in the Label.
I desire to join the Labels (one created in the db for each row) on keys (id to fk_id)
Using the bulk import function (so far so good with help on this board already given)
However, when its imported in (and its > 100 Label types) I'd like to be able to list all Paths from Parents to Children (DAG style)
In the 'Use the Import Tool' there are example files and if I run call db.schema() i get the three labels
Actor Movie and Sequel
Actor being the parent to the two other labels.
I would expect if I clicked text or table that I would get
Actor, ACTED_IN , Movie
Actor, ACTED_IN, Sequel
but I dont.
Considering that my db will have many more nodes joined in a long path and have paths of varying length
Can someone recommend me a process to print from the schema all possible paths in that meta graph?
(also, can I deselect Labels I dont want appearing in that call db.schema() ? )
Once again, appreciate any help anyone can give.