I wonder if there is such a feature in AuraDB that allows me to add an event listener using Python driver, to monitor any data update/delete/create event?
A preliminary research shows such features are possible in Java, but not in Python?
In Bloom, if I want to create a node with a special property that is generated by a function, it seems to convert that function name into a string and use that string for the property value.
Fore example, one of the property on `Person` nodes is `Per...
I'm trying to create a new node using Bloom. However, it only allows me to choose from existing categories.
For example, currently I have nodes with labels "Person", "School", "Vehicle", etc. I want to create a new type of node that is labeled as "Ph...
I wonder if Bloom allows you to perform bulk operations. For example,
step 1: Select all `Person` nodes
step 2: Filter out the ones from step 1, that I know are 'male'
step 3: apply 'male' label to all.
Can I do such operation with Bloom?
One point I'd like to ask your opinion here, do you suggest Neo4j broswer has more power than Bloom in use case like bulk updating?
From my short experience it seems you can do most if not all via Bloom. I don't really like the broswer ...
Also if I have the following Saved query:
MATCH (p:Person)WHERE p in $nodesSET p:Person:maleRETURN p
It sets the labels but report error.
Using `id(p` solves the problem. But why is this tiny difference?
MATCH (p:Person)WHERE id(p) in $...