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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...

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yolande by Community Team
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How do we compare two graphs for equality

hi, We have a business requirement to compare two graphs for equality. After searching i found a MD5 example from apoc. Although it is resulting error as it simply uses string values from creating hash. i.e. it does a to string of whole node object. ...

Unable to create a GraphGist

I'm trying to create a GraphGist, I hosted it in GitHub and when previewing it looks exactly how I want it to, but each time to submit it (Save and Continue) it just gives the following error: We're sorry, but something went wrong. If you are the app...

Fulltext search return which terms are found

Hi, I am using full-text search with Neo4j. If the user inputs a composite search term, for example "A B C", is there a way that in the search results I can get the information which tokens have been found in each node? More precisely, if only "A B" ...

Basic Cypher condundrums

I am not a programmer and I've just started playing with this and have some, what I am sure, are basic problems I've created a really basic graph some of the nodes show the name and some don't and I can't work out why. I did go through and put a name...

sara by Node
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Understanding the all() Predicate Function

I'm trying to use the all() Predicate Function in my query, but it's not working as expected, so I decided to experiment a little with the Movies graph. Given that I want to find all paths where actors acted in movies that were released after 2000, I...

Resolved! Neo4j for historical data?

Hi, I try to find decision for saving scan results (and later a lot of different information about vulnerabilities, hosts, nets etc). But I try to understand whether graph db is suitable for that? Because I was stuck on current small example: I have ...

Multi-tenancy

Hello, It has come to this point. How to handle multi-tenancy. Obvious choices: single-tenant - 1 instance per tenant (would get hairy once the number of tenants grows and we have data that should be shared between tenants, and which would need effor...

Dutzu by Node Link
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