Export a (sub)graph to Cypher script and import it again

Oftentimes you want to export a full (or partial) database to a file and import it again without copying the actual database files. If you want to do the latter, use neo4j-admin dump/load. Here are two ways on how to… Read more →

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Executing Neo4j ETL from an RDBMS database running on Docker

Following provides some examples of importing a test csv data into Neo4j, using the Neo4j ETL tool’s command line interface with the source RDBMS database running on docker. Examples herein are specific to tests conducted on a MAC OSX host… Read more →

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Properly escaping input data for neo4j-import

Note neo4j-import is intended to populate a new, empty database. It cannot be used to import into an existing database. When importing data using neo4j-import, make sure to review the required CSV file structure and considerations before moving on. http://neo4j.com/docs/stable/import-tool.html… Read more →

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Importing CSV Files: Neo4j Desktop and Sandbox

Loading various kinds of files into Neo4j requires different locations depending on the tool you are using. Import methods we will cover: 1. Neo4j Desktop 2. Neo4j Sandbox Neo4j Desktop Filepath for Neo4j Desktop will vary based on your operating… Read more →

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Using apoc.load.jsonParams to load data from Zendesk into Neo4j to learn about article subscribers

The following document describes how to utilize the Zendesk API to load data from Zendesk into Neo4j, specifically data about users who have choosen to subscribe/follow Knowledge Base section(s). This document attempts to solve the issue described by the following… Read more →

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An example of neo4j-import steps in a Causal Cluster environment

The following steps are provided to describe how to use neo4j-import in a Causal Cluster environment and was run from an environment of a single linux host with 3 copies for Neo4j 3.1.2 installed in the following paths ~/HA/ha1/neo4j-enterprise-3.1.2 ~/HA/ha2/neo4j-enterprise-3.1.2… Read more →

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How do I use LOAD CSV to update/set properties of existing nodes

One can use LOAD CSV to perform a bulk update to existing nodes, and create new nodes, as follows. If we have a .csv called Movies.csv and its content is: code,wysiwyg-indent3 code,wysiwyg-indent3 101,The Matrix,463420706 102,The Matrix Reloaded,738576929 103,The Matrix Revolutions,427289109 104,A… Read more →

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Using the ACTUAL data type with neo4j-import

When importing data using neo4j-admin import, make sure to review the required CSV file structure and considerations before moving on. https://neo4j.com/docs/operations-manual/current/tools/import/ ACTUAL vs. String (default) or Integer: Each node in the CSV must have an :ID, which can be in… Read more →

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Using APOC to parse JSON results from Trello API

Prior to Neo4j 3.0, if you wanted to parse the JSON results from a call to a Web API, it would require you use one of the database drivers to fetch and parse the JSON data. This is described here.… Read more →

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Load CSV data in Neo4j from CSV files on Amazon S3 Bucket

Neo4j provides LOAD CSV cypher command to load data from CSV files into Neo4j or access CSV files via HTTPS, HTTP and FTP. But how do you load data from CSV files available on AWS S3 bucket as access to… Read more →

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Importing Data to Neo4j in the Cloud

Loading data in a Neo4j instance that is in the cloud is very similar to running Neo4j using any other method. However, there are a few small things to look out for and keep in mind when importing data to… Read more →

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Access to the neo4j-shell in NEO4J CE 3.x

From Neo4j 3.0 access to neo4j-shell is no longer possible from the desktop-installers for Windows and OSX. To use neo4j-shell, you have to download the TAR/ZIP distribution from: http://neo4j.com/download/other-releases/ For importing files that contain semicolon separated cypher commands, you can… Read more →

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