Anyone seen problems with apoc.merge.node and fulltext index with a custom analyzer? My custom analyzer works perfectly with the cypher merge statement but the same merge with apoc seems to skip the index or at least the analyzer.
Tested in neo 3.5.1...
I need to build in filtering of query results so that a user can tell upfront which nodetypes and relationshiptypes need to be considered in a query. I can of course add this to each query but when testing out the RBAC features of neo the idea came t...
Copied from initial slack discussion to keep track of the outcome:
Currently I have a database with multiple sub graphs (disconnected from each other). This seems like a perfect fit to create a database for each sub graph.
I understand I can supply t...
Will it be possible to combine results from multiple databases in a single query?
Hive and Spark for example support something like this:
SELECT sales.id, sales.amount, hr.id, hr.person FROM sales_db.sales AS sales
INNER JOIN hr_db.employees as hr
When wanting to try neo4j 4.0 I downloaded Neo4j Desktop Canary. The "Open Browser" button opens the old Neo4j Browser and not the Neo4j Browser Canary. The old browser doesn't understand the new commands like :use databasename
About a year ago I talked to some of the neo4j developers and got the impression that this was something that could be put on the backlog. I havent followed up on that so don;t know if this feature request made it through
@maquinsland We basically use a combination of the kubernetesPodOperator and the PythonOperator. We created a python package that acts like a wrapper around neo4j. It can convert pandas dataframes into cypher statements and uses the bolt protocol to...
Can you use this? https://neo4j.com/docs/cypher-manual/current/clauses/where/#property-existence-checking
where clause would become someting like this:
WHERE (NOT exists(appointment.serviceId) AND NOT exists(appointment.date)) OR (appointment.service...
You could try this:
CALL db.index.fulltext.queryNodes('testsearch', '*wolf*') yield node, score
WITH node, score
RETURN node, score, apoc.text.indexOf(upper(node.name), 'WOLF') as txt_index
ORDER BY txt_index ASC