I'm trying to SET (update) a Neo4j using JavaScript. I'm using the JavaScript language drivers.   My code executes but the node properties do not update.  Here is my code:          return session.run("MATCH (a:Person) WHERE a.ID = {id} SE...
I am trying to create a connection between my html embedded javascript and my neo4j database by running the index.html in Chrome. I have reduced the source of the problem to 'neo4j' not being recognised. So the error thrown will be of the typ...
First, Thanks in advance for reading this. Second, Sorry in advance for the long post - but I hope like a well-written function, the good stuff is at the top - although please take the time to read it all. Third, I've lost track of how many stack...
I am finding neo4j3.0 bolt neo4j-driver syntax very challenging. my session code just won't execute, apparently it get skipped. I have created a little test code using the example from the developers manual and surprise surprise it did the same t...
My web application starts with a form that takes a list of comma-separated usernames and then queries the neo4j database for each one.  I want to add autocomplete functionality when typing the usernames, so that users can type a person's full nam...
can't find whether this has been asked before or not, so bear with me. I'm just starting to use Neo4j with a nodejs backend and the neo4j-driver driver. I wonder if it's possible to create a node with several properties without enumeratin...
I am using neo4j javascript driver. I am able to run a single query. But I can't able to create multiple nodes with properties. Can anyone tell me how to do?    session         .run('CREATE (fit1:fitproto {title:"Relaince Industries",...
Consider the following Neo4j Database example:  Nodes are (Basket) (Booking) and [:IS_BOOKED_IN]  Now Booking looks like this: Booking {start: number, end: number}  If you book something you choose which basket you want to book it with and the relati...
In Javascript, the Neo4j Bolt driver returns {low:lll, high:hhh} objects in place of integers.  Awesome for 64-bit integers, but it raises a few issues in my humble Javascript web apps.  It now appears I need to go through all of my front-side script...
I have some troubles with a .js Object's atribute which is not updating when i ask it to.  I'm new in the javascript world, so i hope my issue won't be tricky.  First of all, this is a part of my Node class :  Node = function (label, vals...

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