Linkurious bolt configuration

Default Linkurious configuration contains the following snippet in the production.json configuration file: dataSources”: [ { “readOnly”: false, “graphdb”: { “vendor”: “neo4j”, “url”: “http://127.0.0.1:7474”, “user”: null, “password”: null }, “index”: { “vendor”: “elasticSearch”, “host”: “127.0.0.1”, “port”: 9201, “forceReindex”: false, “dynamicMapping”: false,… Read more →

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When to use bookmarks

Bookmarks are part of a broader topic: Causal consistency. We recommend reading the introduction to Neo4j Causal Clustering and the lifecycle of a Neo4j Causal Cluster before reading further. Pay special attention to Causal Consistency explained. Bookmarks ensure than when… Read more →

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Enabling Transaction Timeout Within Application

There is a dbms.transaction.timeout global setting on Neo4j that can be set in neo4j.conf file so if any query from any user exceeds the timeout threshold specified, that query is terminated. But how do you achieve this from within an… Read more →

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Consideration about routing tables on multi-data center deployments

Using the official Neo4j drivers means that you can take advantage of the full cluster routing capabilities of the drivers. This means your requests will be routed automatically to the appropriate instance: If your request is a write: it will… Read more →

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Pass Temporal Objects as Parameters

With the support of datetime types in Neo4j, users might wonder how or if it works to transport those types along with other data types via the drivers. It is possible and supported to send temporal objects using one of… Read more →

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