I'm using Neo4j 4.1 and neo4j-driver for nodeJS.
My data looks like this:
where INVITED_BY has a property 'wid' that indicates to what workspace a user invited another.
I'm using a frontend library to show nodes, and I'm working wit...
I'm using Neo4j 4.0 and trying to load nodes through HTTP API. I'm making a POST request to my.neo4j.hostname/db/neo4j/tx/commit
with following headers:
Hello everyone . This is my first time trying to deal with this kind of problem on Neo4j and I could use some help either with syntax, how to face the problem or both.
I have a CSV that looks like this:
I accidentally tried to log in from a browser with a different gmail account signed in, and this forum automatically created a new account without asking. Apparently there is no way to delete account :s
So I now have to maintain two notification conf...
Solved by yyyguy in post #2:
Use two relationships in your graph. INVITED_BY and BELONGS_TO.
MUCH clear that what I was thinking! Thanks for pointing it out.
Thank you for your quick, accurate and clear response. 10/10!