How do I convert Neo4j logs from base UTC to local timezone

With the introduction of Neo4j 3.3.1 it is possible to represent date timestamps in your $NEO4J_HOME/logs/* in either UTC or SYSTEM timezone through the implementation of dbms.logs.timezone However for prior releases all Neo4j logs will preface each line with a… Read more →

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How do I convert a property representing a date timestamp to another timezone

Temporal datatype support was introduced with with Neo4j 3.4 and as a result it is possible to record a date timestamp with timezone as a property value. The following Cypher can be used to convert a date timestamp with timezone… Read more →

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How to check for time range overlap in Cypher

Neo4j 3.4 introduced temporal types into Cypher, so now we have dates, dateTimes, and their local versions, too, as well as durations. While we don’t have a type for time ranges, we can use two temporal instants as the start… 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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