Chapter 9. Glossary of keywords

This section comprises a glossary of all the keywords — grouped by category and thence ordered lexicographically — in the Cypher query language.

9.1. Clauses

Clause Category Description

CALL […​YIELD]

Reading/Writing

Invoke a procedure deployed in the database.

CALL {…​}

Reading/Writing

Evaluates a subquery, typically used for post-union processing or aggregations.

CREATE

Writing

Create nodes and relationships.

CREATE CONSTRAINT [existence] ON (n:Label) ASSERT exists(n.property)

Schema

Create a constraint ensuring that all nodes with a particular label have a certain property.

CREATE CONSTRAINT [node_key] ON (n:Label) ASSERT (n.prop1, …​, n.propN) IS NODE KEY

Schema

Create a constraint ensuring all nodes with a particular label have all the specified properties and that the combination of property values is unique; i.e. ensures existence and uniqueness.

CREATE CONSTRAINT [existence] ON ()-[r:REL_TYPE]-() ASSERT exists(r.property)

Schema

Create a constraint ensuring that all relationship with a particular type have a certain property.

CREATE CONSTRAINT [uniqueness] ON (n:Label) ASSERT n.property IS UNIQUE

Schema

Create a constraint ensuring the uniqueness of the combination of node label and property value for a particular property key across all nodes.

CREATE INDEX [single] FOR (n:Label) ON (n.property)

Schema

Create an index on all nodes with a particular label and a single property; i.e. create a single-property index.

CREATE INDEX [composite] FOR (n:Label) ON (n.prop1, …​, n.propN)

Schema

Create an index on all nodes with a particular label and multiple properties; i.e. create a composite index.

DELETE

Writing

Delete nodes, relationships or paths. Any node to be deleted must also have all associated relationships explicitly deleted.

DETACH DELETE

Writing

Delete a node or set of nodes. All associated relationships will automatically be deleted.

DROP CONSTRAINT name

Schema

Drop a constraint using the name.

DROP INDEX name

Schema

Drop an index using the name.

FOREACH

Writing

Update data within a list, whether components of a path, or the result of aggregation.

LIMIT

Reading sub-clause

A sub-clause used to constrain the number of rows in the output.

LOAD CSV

Importing data

Use when importing data from CSV files.

MATCH

Reading

Specify the patterns to search for in the database.

MERGE

Reading/Writing

Ensures that a pattern exists in the graph. Either the pattern already exists, or it needs to be created.

ON CREATE

Reading/Writing

Used in conjunction with MERGE, specifying the actions to take if the pattern needs to be created.

ON MATCH

Reading/Writing

Used in conjunction with MERGE, specifying the actions to take if the pattern already exists.

OPTIONAL MATCH

Reading

Specify the patterns to search for in the database while using nulls for missing parts of the pattern.

ORDER BY [ASC[ENDING] | DESC[ENDING]]

Reading sub-clause

A sub-clause following RETURN or WITH, specifying that the output should be sorted in either ascending (the default) or descending order.

REMOVE

Writing

Remove properties and labels from nodes and relationships.

RETURN …​ [AS]

Projecting

Defines what to include in the query result set.

SET

Writing

Update labels on nodes and properties on nodes and relationships.

SKIP

Reading/Writing

A sub-clause defining from which row to start including the rows in the output.

UNION

Set operations

Combines the result of multiple queries. Duplicates are removed.

UNION ALL

Set operations

Combines the result of multiple queries. Duplicates are retained.

UNWIND …​ [AS]

Projecting

Expands a list into a sequence of rows.

USE

Multiple graphs

Determines which graph a query, or query part, is executed against.

USING INDEX variable:Label(property)

Hint

Index hints are used to specify which index, if any, the planner should use as a starting point.

USING INDEX SEEK variable:Label(property)

Hint

Index seek hint instructs the planner to use an index seek for this clause.

USING JOIN ON variable

Hint

Join hints are used to enforce a join operation at specified points.

USING PERIODIC COMMIT

Hint

This query hint may be used to prevent an out-of-memory error from occurring when importing large amounts of data using LOAD CSV.

USING SCAN variable:Label

Hint

Scan hints are used to force the planner to do a label scan (followed by a filtering operation) instead of using an index.

WITH …​ [AS]

Projecting

Allows query parts to be chained together, piping the results from one to be used as starting points or criteria in the next.

WHERE

Reading sub-clause

A sub-clause used to add constraints to the patterns in a MATCH or OPTIONAL MATCH clause, or to filter the results of a WITH clause.

WHERE EXISTS {…​}

Reading sub-clause

An existential sub-query used to filter the results of a MATCH, OPTIONAL MATCH or WITH clause.

9.2. Operators

Operator Category Description

%

Mathematical

Modulo division

*

Mathematical

Multiplication

*

Temporal

Multiplying a duration with a number

+

Mathematical

Addition

+

String

Concatenation

+=

Property

Property mutation

+

List

Concatenation

+

Temporal

Adding two durations, or a duration and a temporal instant

-

Mathematical

Subtraction or unary minus

-

Temporal

Subtracting a duration from a temporal instant or from another duration

.

Map

Static value access by key

.

Property

Static property access

/

Mathematical

Division

/

Temporal

Dividing a duration by a number

<

Comparison

Less than

<=

Comparison

Less than or equal to

<>

Comparison

Inequality

=

Comparison

Equality

=

Property

Property replacement

=~

String

Regular expression match

>

Comparison

Greater than

>=

Comparison

Greater than or equal to

AND

Boolean

Conjunction

CONTAINS

String comparison

Case-sensitive inclusion search

DISTINCT

Aggregation

Duplicate removal

ENDS WITH

String comparison

Case-sensitive suffix search

IN

List

List element existence check

IS NOT NULL

Comparison

Non-null check

IS NULL

Comparison

null check

NOT

Boolean

Negation

OR

Boolean

Disjunction

STARTS WITH

String comparison

Case-sensitive prefix search

XOR

Boolean

Exclusive disjunction

[]

Map

Subscript (dynamic value access by key)

[]

Property

Subscript (dynamic property access)

[]

List

Subscript (accessing element(s) in a list)

^

Mathematical

Exponentiation

9.3. Functions

Function Category Description

abs()

Numeric

Returns the absolute value of a number.

acos()

Trigonometric

Returns the arccosine of a number in radians.

all()

Predicate

Tests whether the predicate holds for all elements in a list.

any()

Predicate

Tests whether the predicate holds for at least one element in a list.

asin()

Trigonometric

Returns the arcsine of a number in radians.

atan()

Trigonometric

Returns the arctangent of a number in radians.

atan2()

Trigonometric

Returns the arctangent2 of a set of coordinates in radians.

avg()

Aggregating

Returns the average of a set of values.

ceil()

Numeric

Returns the smallest floating point number that is greater than or equal to a number and equal to a mathematical integer.

coalesce()

Scalar

Returns the first non-null value in a list of expressions.

collect()

Aggregating

Returns a list containing the values returned by an expression.

cos()

Trigonometric

Returns the cosine of a number.

cot()

Trigonometric

Returns the cotangent of a number.

count()

Aggregating

Returns the number of values or rows.

date()

Temporal

Returns the current Date.

date({year [, month, day]})

Temporal

Returns a calendar (Year-Month-Day) Date.

date({year [, week, dayOfWeek]})

Temporal

Returns a week (Year-Week-Day) Date.

date({year [, quarter, dayOfQuarter]})

Temporal

Returns a quarter (Year-Quarter-Day) Date.

date({year [, ordinalDay]})

Temporal

Returns an ordinal (Year-Day) Date.

date(string)

Temporal

Returns a Date by parsing a string.

date({map})

Temporal

Returns a Date from a map of another temporal value’s components.

date.realtime()

Temporal

Returns the current Date using the realtime clock.

date.statement()

Temporal

Returns the current Date using the statement clock.

date.transaction()

Temporal

Returns the current Date using the transaction clock.

date.truncate()

Temporal

Returns a Date obtained by truncating a value at a specific component boundary. Truncation summary.

datetime()

Temporal

Returns the current DateTime.

datetime({year [, month, day, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a calendar (Year-Month-Day) DateTime.

datetime({year [, week, dayOfWeek, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a week (Year-Week-Day) DateTime.

datetime({year [, quarter, dayOfQuarter, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a quarter (Year-Quarter-Day) DateTime.

datetime({year [, ordinalDay, …​]})

Temporal

Returns an ordinal (Year-Day) DateTime.

datetime(string)

Temporal

Returns a DateTime by parsing a string.

datetime({map})

Temporal

Returns a DateTime from a map of another temporal value’s components.

datetime({epochSeconds})

Temporal

Returns a DateTime from a timestamp.

datetime.realtime()

Temporal

Returns the current DateTime using the realtime clock.

datetime.statement()

Temporal

Returns the current DateTime using the statement clock.

datetime.transaction()

Temporal

Returns the current DateTime using the transaction clock.

datetime.truncate()

Temporal

Returns a DateTime obtained by truncating a value at a specific component boundary. Truncation summary.

degrees()

Trigonometric

Converts radians to degrees.

distance()

Spatial

Returns a floating point number representing the geodesic distance between any two points in the same CRS.

duration({map})

Temporal

Returns a Duration from a map of its components.

duration(string)

Temporal

Returns a Duration by parsing a string.

duration.between()

Temporal

Returns a Duration equal to the difference between two given instants.

duration.inDays()

Temporal

Returns a Duration equal to the difference in whole days or weeks between two given instants.

duration.inMonths()

Temporal

Returns a Duration equal to the difference in whole months, quarters or years between two given instants.

duration.inSeconds()

Temporal

Returns a Duration equal to the difference in seconds and fractions of seconds, or minutes or hours, between two given instants.

e()

Logarithmic

Returns the base of the natural logarithm, e.

endNode()

Scalar

Returns the end node of a relationship.

exists()

Predicate

Returns true if a match for the pattern exists in the graph, or if the specified property exists in the node, relationship or map.

exp()

Logarithmic

Returns e^n, where e is the base of the natural logarithm, and n is the value of the argument expression.

floor()

Numeric

Returns the largest floating point number that is less than or equal to a number and equal to a mathematical integer.

haversin()

Trigonometric

Returns half the versine of a number.

head()

Scalar

Returns the first element in a list.

id()

Scalar

Returns the id of a relationship or node.

keys()

List

Returns a list containing the string representations for all the property names of a node, relationship, or map.

labels()

List

Returns a list containing the string representations for all the labels of a node.

last()

Scalar

Returns the last element in a list.

left()

String

Returns a string containing the specified number of leftmost characters of the original string.

length()

Scalar

Returns the length of a path.

localdatetime()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalDateTime.

localdatetime({year [, month, day, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a calendar (Year-Month-Day) LocalDateTime.

localdatetime({year [, week, dayOfWeek, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a week (Year-Week-Day) LocalDateTime.

localdatetime({year [, quarter, dayOfQuarter, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a quarter (Year-Quarter-Day) DateTime.

localdatetime({year [, ordinalDay, …​]})

Temporal

Returns an ordinal (Year-Day) LocalDateTime.

localdatetime(string)

Temporal

Returns a LocalDateTime by parsing a string.

localdatetime({map})

Temporal

Returns a LocalDateTime from a map of another temporal value’s components.

localdatetime.realtime()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalDateTime using the realtime clock.

localdatetime.statement()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalDateTime using the statement clock.

localdatetime.transaction()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalDateTime using the transaction clock.

localdatetime.truncate()

Temporal

Returns a LocalDateTime obtained by truncating a value at a specific component boundary. Truncation summary.

localtime()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalTime.

localtime({hour [, minute, second, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a LocalTime with the specified component values.

localtime(string)

Temporal

Returns a LocalTime by parsing a string.

localtime({time [, hour, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a LocalTime from a map of another temporal value’s components.

localtime.realtime()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalTime using the realtime clock.

localtime.statement()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalTime using the statement clock.

localtime.transaction()

Temporal

Returns the current LocalTime using the transaction clock.

localtime.truncate()

Temporal

Returns a LocalTime obtained by truncating a value at a specific component boundary. Truncation summary.

log()

Logarithmic

Returns the natural logarithm of a number.

log10()

Logarithmic

Returns the common logarithm (base 10) of a number.

lTrim()

String

Returns the original string with leading whitespace removed.

max()

Aggregating

Returns the maximum value in a set of values.

min()

Aggregating

Returns the minimum value in a set of values.

nodes()

List

Returns a list containing all the nodes in a path.

none()

Predicate

Returns true if the predicate holds for no element in a list.

percentileCont()

Aggregating

Returns the percentile of the given value over a group using linear interpolation.

percentileDisc()

Aggregating

Returns the nearest value to the given percentile over a group using a rounding method.

pi()

Trigonometric

Returns the mathematical constant pi.

point() - Cartesian 2D

Spatial

Returns a 2D point object, given two coordinate values in the Cartesian coordinate system.

point() - Cartesian 3D

Spatial

Returns a 3D point object, given three coordinate values in the Cartesian coordinate system.

point() - WGS 84 2D

Spatial

Returns a 2D point object, given two coordinate values in the WGS 84 coordinate system.

point() - WGS 84 3D

Spatial

Returns a 3D point object, given three coordinate values in the WGS 84 coordinate system.

properties()

Scalar

Returns a map containing all the properties of a node or relationship.

radians()

Trigonometric

Converts degrees to radians.

rand()

Numeric

Returns a random floating point number in the range from 0 (inclusive) to 1 (exclusive); i.e. [0, 1).

randomUUID()

Scalar

Returns a string value corresponding to a randomly-generated UUID.

range()

List

Returns a list comprising all integer values within a specified range.

reduce()

List

Runs an expression against individual elements of a list, storing the result of the expression in an accumulator.

relationships()

List

Returns a list containing all the relationships in a path.

replace()

String

Returns a string in which all occurrences of a specified string in the original string have been replaced by another (specified) string.

reverse()

List

Returns a list in which the order of all elements in the original list have been reversed.

reverse()

String

Returns a string in which the order of all characters in the original string have been reversed.

right()

String

Returns a string containing the specified number of rightmost characters of the original string.

round()

Numeric

Returns the value of a number rounded to the nearest integer.

rTrim()

String

Returns the original string with trailing whitespace removed.

sign()

Numeric

Returns the signum of a number: 0 if the number is 0, -1 for any negative number, and 1 for any positive number.

sin()

Trigonometric

Returns the sine of a number.

single()

Predicate

Returns true if the predicate holds for exactly one of the elements in a list.

size()

Scalar

Returns the number of items in a list.

size() applied to pattern expression

Scalar

Returns the number of sub-graphs matching the pattern expression.

size() applied to string

Scalar

Returns the number of Unicode characters in a string.

split()

String

Returns a list of strings resulting from the splitting of the original string around matches of the given delimiter.

sqrt()

Logarithmic

Returns the square root of a number.

startNode()

Scalar

Returns the start node of a relationship.

stDev()

Aggregating

Returns the standard deviation for the given value over a group for a sample of a population.

stDevP()

Aggregating

Returns the standard deviation for the given value over a group for an entire population.

substring()

String

Returns a substring of the original string, beginning with a 0-based index start and length.

sum()

Aggregating

Returns the sum of a set of numeric values.

tail()

List

Returns all but the first element in a list.

tan()

Trigonometric

Returns the tangent of a number.

time()

Temporal

Returns the current Time.

time({hour [, minute, …​]})

Temporal

Returns a Time with the specified component values.

time(string)

Temporal

Returns a Time by parsing a string.

time({time [, hour, …​, timezone]})

Temporal

Returns a Time from a map of another temporal value’s components.

time.realtime()

Temporal

Returns the current Time using the realtime clock.

time.statement()

Temporal

Returns the current Time using the statement clock.

time.transaction()

Temporal

Returns the current Time using the transaction clock.

time.truncate()

Temporal

Returns a Time obtained by truncating a value at a specific component boundary. Truncation summary.

timestamp()

Scalar

Returns the difference, measured in milliseconds, between the current time and midnight, January 1, 1970 UTC.

toBoolean()

Scalar

Converts a string value to a boolean value.

toFloat()

Scalar

Converts an integer or string value to a floating point number.

toInteger()

Scalar

Converts a floating point or string value to an integer value.

toLower()

String

Returns the original string in lowercase.

toString()

String

Converts an integer, float, boolean or temporal (i.e. Date, Time, LocalTime, DateTime, LocalDateTime or Duration) value to a string.

toUpper()

String

Returns the original string in uppercase.

trim()

String

Returns the original string with leading and trailing whitespace removed.

type()

Scalar

Returns the string representation of the relationship type.

9.4. Expressions

Name Description

CASE Expression

A generic conditional expression, similar to if/else statements available in other languages.

9.5. Cypher query options

Name Type Description

CYPHER $version query

Version

This will force 'query' to use Neo4j Cypher $version. The default is 4.0.

CYPHER runtime=interpreted query

Runtime

This will force the query planner to use the interpreted runtime. This is the only option in Neo4j Community Edition.

CYPHER runtime=slotted query

Runtime

This will cause the query planner to use the slotted runtime. This is only available in Neo4j Enterprise Edition.

CYPHER runtime=pipelined query

Runtime

This will cause the query planner to use the pipelined runtime if it supports 'query'. This is only available in Neo4j Enterprise Edition.

9.6. Administrative commands

The following commands are only executable against the system database:

Command Admin category Description

ALTER CURRENT USER SET PASSWORD FROM …​ TO

User and role

Change the password of the user that is currently logged in.

ALTER USER …​ [SET PASSWORD {password [CHANGE [NOT] REQUIRED] | CHANGE [NOT] REQUIRED}] [SET STATUS {ACTIVE | SUSPENDED}]

User and role

Changes a user account. Changes can include setting a new password, setting the account status and enabling that the user should change the password upon next login.

CREATE [OR REPLACE] DATABASE …​ [IF NOT EXISTS]

Database

Creates a new database.

CREATE [OR REPLACE] ROLE …​ [IF NOT EXISTS] [AS COPY OF]

User and role

Creates new roles.

CREATE [OR REPLACE] USER …​ [IF NOT EXISTS] SET PASSWORD …​ [[SET PASSWORD] CHANGE [NOT] REQUIRED] [SET STATUS {ACTIVE | SUSPENDED}]

User and role

Creates a new user and sets the password for the new account. Optionally the account status can also be set and if the user should change the password upon first login.

DENY …​ ON DATABASE …​ TO

Privilege

Denies a database or schema privilege to one or multiple roles.

DENY …​ ON DBMS TO

Privilege

Denies a DBMS privilege to one or multiple roles.

DENY …​ ON GRAPH …​ [NODES | RELATIONSHIPS | ELEMENTS] …​ TO

Privilege

Denies a graph privilege for one or multiple specified elements to one or multiple roles.

DROP DATABASE …​ [IF EXISTS] [DUMP DATA | DESTROY DATA]

Database

Deletes a specified database.

DROP ROLE …​ [IF EXISTS]

User and role

Deletes a specified role.

DROP USER …​ [IF EXISTS]

User and role

Deletes a specified user.

GRANT …​ ON DATABASE …​ TO

Privilege

Assigns a database or schema privilege to one or multiple roles.

GRANT …​ ON DBMS TO

Privilege

Assigns a DBMS privilege to one or multiple roles.

GRANT …​ ON GRAPH …​ [NODES | RELATIONSHIPS | ELEMENTS] …​ TO

Privilege

Assigns a graph privilege for one or multiple specified elements to one or multiple roles.

GRANT ROLE[S] …​ TO

User and role

Assigns one or multiple roles to one or multiple users.

REVOKE [GRANT | DENY] …​ ON DATABASE …​ FROM

Privilege

Removes a database or schema privilege from one or multiple roles.

REVOKE [GRANT | DENY] …​ ON DBMS FROM

Privilege

Removes a DBMS privilege from one or multiple roles.

REVOKE [GRANT | DENY] …​ ON GRAPH …​ [NODES | RELATIONSHIPS | ELEMENTS] …​ FROM

Privilege

Removes a graph privilege for one or multiple specified elements from one or multiple roles

REVOKE ROLE[S] …​ FROM

User and role

Removes one or multiple roles from one or multiple users.

SHOW [ALL | POPULATED] ROLES [WITH USERS]

User and role

Returns information about all or populated roles, optionally including the assigned users.

SHOW DATABASE

Database

Returns information about a specified database.

SHOW DATABASES

Database

Returns information about all databases.

SHOW DEFAULT DATABASE

Database

Returns information about the default database.

SHOW [ROLE …​ | USER …​ | ALL ] PRIVILEGES

Privilege

Returns information about role, user or all privileges.

SHOW USERS

User and role

Returns information about all users.

START DATABASE

Database

Starts up a specified database.

STOP DATABASE

Database

Stops a specified database.

9.7. Privilege Actions

Name Category Description

ACCESS

Database

Determines whether a user can access a specific database.

ALL DATABASE PRIVILEGES

Database and schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to access, create and drop indexes and constraints, create new labels, types and property names on a specific database.

ALL DBMS PRIVILEGES

DBMS

Determines whether a user is allowed to perform role, user, database and privilege management.

ALL GRAPH PRIVILEGES

GRAPH

Determines whether a user is allowed to perform reads and writes.

ALTER USER

DBMS

Determines whether the user can modify users.

ASSIGN PRIVILEGE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can assign privileges using the GRANT and DENY commands.

ASSIGN ROLE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can grant roles.

CONSTRAINT MANAGEMENT

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create and drop constraints on a specific database.

CREATE

GRAPH

Determines whether the user can create a new element (node, relationship or both).

CREATE CONSTRAINT

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create constraints on a specific database.

CREATE DATABASE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can create new databases.

CREATE INDEX

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create indexes on a specific database.

CREATE NEW NODE LABEL

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create new node labels on a specific database.

CREATE NEW PROPERTY NAME

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create new property names on a specific database.

CREATE NEW RELATIONSHIP TYPE

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create new relationship types on a specific database.

CREATE ROLE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can create new roles.

CREATE USER

DBMS

Determines whether the user can create new users.

DATABASE MANAGEMENT

DBMS

Determines whether the user can create and delete databases.

DELETE

GRAPH

Determines whether the user can delete an element (node, relationship or both).

DROP CONSTRAINT

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to drop constraints on a specific database.

DROP DATABASE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can delete databases.

DROP INDEX

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to drop indexes on a specific database.

DROP ROLE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can delete roles.

DROP USER

DBMS

Determines whether the user can delete users.

INDEX MANAGEMENT

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create and drop indexes on a specific database.

MATCH

GRAPH

Determines whether the properties of an element (node, relationship or both) can be read and the element can be found and traversed while executing queries on the specified graph.

MERGE

GRAPH

Determines whether the user can find, read, create and set properties on an element (node, relationship or both).

NAME MANAGEMENT

Schema

Determines whether a user is allowed to create new labels, types and property names on a specific database.

PRIVILEGE MANAGEMENT

DBMS

Determines whether the user can show, assign and remove privileges.

READ

GRAPH

Determines whether the properties of an element (node, relationship or both) can be read while executing queries on the specified graph.

REMOVE LABEL

GRAPH

Determines whether the user can remove a label from a node using the REMOVE clause.

REMOVE PRIVILEGE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can remove privileges using the REVOKE command.

REMOVE ROLE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can revoke roles.

ROLE MANAGEMENT

DBMS

Determines whether the user can create, drop, grant, revoke and show roles.

SET LABEL

GRAPH

Determines whether the user can set a label to a node using the SET clause.

SET PASSWORDS

DBMS

Determines whether the user can modify users' passwords and whether those passwords must be changed upon first login.

SET PROPERTY

GRAPH

Determines whether the user can set a property to an element (node, relationship or both) using the SET clause.

SET USER STATUS

DBMS

Determines whether the user can modify the account status of users.

SHOW PRIVILEGE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can get information about privileges assigned to users and roles.

SHOW ROLE

DBMS

Determines whether the user can get information about existing and assigned roles.

SHOW TRANSACTION

Database

Determines whether a user is allowed to list transactions and queries.

SHOW USER

DBMS

Determines whether the user can get information about existing users.

START

Database

Determines whether a user can start up a specific database.

STOP

Database

Determines whether a user can stop a specific running database.

TERMINATE TRANSACTION

Database

Determines whether a user is allowed to end running transactions and queries.

TRANSACTION MANAGEMENT

Database

Determines whether a user is allowed to list and end running transactions and queries.

TRAVERSE

GRAPH

Determines whether an element (node, relationship or both) can be found and traversed while executing queries on the specified graph.

USER MANAGEMENT

DBMS

Determines whether the user can create, drop, modify and show users.

WRITE

GRAPH

Determines whether the user can execute write operations on the specified graph.