I am using neo4j v4.1.3 windows and docker versions (I have tried both community and enterprise editions), and I have the following issue:
If I execute neo4j-admin import with a set of csv files (around 20 different files containing nodes a...
I am building a plugin that creates a trigger to processes transaction data (created/updated/deleted nodes and relationships) and forwards events into an AMQ.
I am using the latest neo4j version (4.1.3), and I have encountered the following...
I tried with the suggested options enabled:
and this seems to have solved the issue. Why the Windows version worked fine without these parameters seems to be anothe...
If I start the database everything works until I try to query some of the links affected. I am using a tool called Linkurious that consumes the database, and one of the first things to do after setting the connection is to index the database. Whe...
Hi, thanks for your prompt response.
Yes, this is the only way I have to check the consistency. First I run the import to create the new database, then I start the database so the indices are created as well, then I stop it and finally I run the cons...
Thanks for your message.
I am using neo4j-admin inside docker, that's right. This is my setup:
-I have a docker container running latest enterprise image (v4.2.0), and persisting the data, plugin and import folders into an external volume.
Hi! Thanks for the suggestion.
You were right, it seems I missinterpreted the NEO4J_AUTH parameter. I assumed it was used to stablish a password for the default neo4j user, but it seems that when it's set to none, it also sets