Identifies a point in the transactional history of the database.
When working with a casual cluster, transactions can be chained to ensure causal consistency. Causal chaining is
carried out by passing bookmarks between transactions. When a session is constructed with an initial bookmarks, the
first transaction (either auto-commit or explicit) will be blocked until the server has fast forwarded to catchup
with the latest of the provided initial bookmarks.
Within a session, bookmark propagation is carried out automatically and does not require any explicit signal or
setting from the application. To opt out of this mechanism for unrelated units of work, applications can use
Neo4j.Driver (in Neo4j.Driver.dll) Version: 4.1.0
public abstract class Bookmark
Public MustInherit Class Bookmark
public ref class Bookmark abstract
type Bookmark = class end
The Bookmark type exposes the following members.
Initializes a new instance of the Bookmark class
Returns a list of bookmark strings that this bookmark instance identifies.
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