Suppose I have this collection: [[1, 2],[3, 4],[4,4],6]
I want to know the distinct element count of each subarray. So something like following:
subarray | distinct_count
[1,2] | 2
[3,4] | 2
[4,4] | 1
6 | 1
I was reading about https://neo4j-contrib.github.io/neo4j-apoc-procedures/3.5/virtual/graph-grouping/#_grouping_operators
Is there a way to go beyond the defined min, max, etc... operations and maybe combine these to derive the value of an attribute?...
Version: Neo4j Enterprise Edition, 4.1
We use Secure OpenLDAP
So I managed to configure LDAPS(i.e. secure LDAP) with Neo. I can log in with LDAP username and password successfully however the user only has the PUBLIC role.
I have the dbms.security.ld...
Issue resolved. Both of these two properties need to be defined in the config file:
I was missing authorization_providers
Hi guys, what's the latest on this?
I was actually trying to configure LDAPS roles with Neo 4.1 and I couldn't get it to work. Latest documentation doesn't mention that it's deprecated - https://neo4j.com/docs/operations-manual/4.1/reference/configur...