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Beta Opportunity for Neo4j Workspace

Introducing Neo4j Workspace We’re inviting you to check out Neo4j Workspace. Workspace combines our most powerful graph tools (Data Importer, Bloom, and Browser) all in one place to help you get up and running with graph databases faster. For experie...

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TrevorS by Community Team
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About the Neo4j Graph Platform Category

The Neo4j Graph Platform includes the core database and all the technologies surrounding the database, making it useful and accessible for a lot of different users. When asking a question, please select a descriptive label that best matches your quer...

yolande by Community Team
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GDS graph create with in-memory database

Hi, we are using neo4j with GDS in a spring project (kotlin) and want to test our repository functions. For this we are using an in-memory database with neo4j-harness. When I try to create a GDS graph in my test function, neo4j does not find any nod...

Neo4j refuses connection after delete

Our AWS Neo4j instance is down again with a "server refused connection" We were cleaning up some nodes ( match (a: {}) detach delete) in batches of 1000 nodes every 5 minutes. So nothing extraordinary. About 30 seconds into the 5th batch, the proces...

SessionExpired: WebSocket connection failure

Connection to remote neo4j does not work: SessionExpired: WebSocket connection failure. Due to security constraints in your web browser, the reason for the failure is not available to this Neo4j Driver. Please use your browsers development console to...

Gosforth by Graph Buddy
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Resolved! MERGE duplicate relationships

This CYPHER MATCH(a) WHERE ID(a) =1 MATCH(b) WHERE ID(b) = 2 CREATE (n)-[r]->(l) of course results in duplicate relationships when run twice which CYPHER should run to merge the duplicate relationships into one, without affecting the nodes?

Resolved! How to avoid searching along very high dense nodes

Hi everyone. I am using apoc.path procedures to perform a traversal in my graph using BFS. I am wondering if there exists a way to avoid the traversal in dense nodes (for example, not traverse in nodes with more than 1000 relationships) and if there ...

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