Neo4j adapter not finished? #56

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leason commented Apr 3, 2012

I'm not sure if this is documented somewhere, but it seems that the neo4j adapter is not actually complete yet.

You can call methods on the adapter itself (through the mixin methods) and those actually take advantage of Neo4j's relationship model. However, if you use the hasMany type helpers it doesn't work properly and instead tries to create and query by node attributes such as it would with Mongo or Redis.

I'm not sure if the architecture allows us to customize the way these helpers work so that we can take advantage of Neo4j's strengths?

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Hello! Neo4j was done completely wrong in part of relations between nodes.
Obviously it should create relations between nodes, but now it doesn't. I
think it should be rewritten slightly, maybe some additional interfaces for
relations management.

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I'm not sure if this is documented somewhere, but it seems that the neo4j
adapter is not actually complete yet.

You can call methods on the adapter itself (through the mixin methods) and
those actually take advantage of Neo4j's relationship model. However, if
you use the hasMany type helpers it doesn't work properly and instead tries
to create and query by node attributes such as it would with Mongo or Redis.

I'm not sure if the architecture allows us to customize the way these
helpers work so that we can take advantage of Neo4j's strengths?


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1602 commented Apr 3, 2012

Hello! Neo4j was done completely wrong in part of relations between nodes.
Obviously it should create relations between nodes, but now it doesn't. I
think it should be rewritten slightly, maybe some additional interfaces for
relations management.

On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 6:49 PM, Lee Eason <
reply@reply.github.com

wrote:

I'm not sure if this is documented somewhere, but it seems that the neo4j
adapter is not actually complete yet.

You can call methods on the adapter itself (through the mixin methods) and
those actually take advantage of Neo4j's relationship model. However, if
you use the hasMany type helpers it doesn't work properly and instead tries
to create and query by node attributes such as it would with Mongo or Redis.

I'm not sure if the architecture allows us to customize the way these
helpers work so that we can take advantage of Neo4j's strengths?


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leason Apr 3, 2012

Thanks for the reply! Good to know that we read the code correctly :) It's got to be a challenge throwing a graph database in there with those other adapters. Best of luck on getting that working correctly. I wonder if reaching out to the Neo4j community might be beneficial.

leason commented Apr 3, 2012

Thanks for the reply! Good to know that we read the code correctly :) It's got to be a challenge throwing a graph database in there with those other adapters. Best of luck on getting that working correctly. I wonder if reaching out to the Neo4j community might be beneficial.

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Any details or updates on this?

jfrux commented Nov 26, 2012

Any details or updates on this?

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Right now i'm working on repository cleanup and neo4j adapter moved to separate repo, if someone interested in supporting neo4j i will grant write privileges and will do my best to help with development.

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anatoliychakkaev commented Dec 15, 2012

Right now i'm working on repository cleanup and neo4j adapter moved to separate repo, if someone interested in supporting neo4j i will grant write privileges and will do my best to help with development.

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Have you moved the neo4j adapter or not yet ?

lalop commented Apr 9, 2013

Have you moved the neo4j adapter or not yet ?

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Have you moved the neo4j adapter or not yet ?

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ciokan May 17, 2013

+1 really interested in it.

ciokan commented May 17, 2013

+1 really interested in it.

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