When I open Bloom for a database, it creates a node called Bloom_Perspective containing the name of the perspective created in Bloom.
Is this behavior normal?
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this is expected. See Perspectives - Neo4j Bloom which states
... ... ...
Therefore, make sure to grant the user WRITE privilege on the DB and don’t deny
any of CREATE, SET LABEL, or SET PROPERTY on the Bloom_Perspective label.
but why? is this causing a problem on your end?
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Thanks a lot for the information about such behavior.
I won't say it is a big problem, but when I execute CALL db.schema.visualization() the node of the perspective also appears. Is there any way to exclude or ignore such node?
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