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You will be provided with your own trial instance, a knowledge base, and email support from Graph Story. IDE Although it is possible to work through this chapter using another Java IDE, I recommend that you install Eclipse to follow along with the specific examples. ■■Readme If you already configured Eclipse while working through another chapter, you can skip ahead to the “Maven Plugin” section. org/downloads/. 59 Chapter 6 ■ Extending Neo4j Once Eclipse has been installed, you can open it and select a workspace for your application.

Again, you should use MATCH in most read operations when specifying a beginning point in your statement. START should be used when working with legacy indexes. Listing 4-33. START Using a Node id START n=node (1) RETURN n Listing 4-34. START Using a Property in a Lucene Index START n=node:nodes("username:greg") RETURN n Writing The preceding sections covered a number of clauses that allow writing to occur within the graph. This section shows some clauses for writing to the graph. SET The “SQL to Cypher” section covered some common SET operations.

RETURN the Nodes Found in the MATCH MATCH (u:User {username: "greg"} ) RETURN u Listing 4-17. username AS uname Listing 4-18. RETURN All Elements Found in the MATCH MATCH (u:User {username: "greg"} ) –[r]-() RETURN u,r 43 Chapter 4 ■ Querying WITH, ORDER BY, SKIP, and LIMIT The clauses covered in this section are often used together to structure what is returned at different points in the query. The WITH clause allows you to pass a subquery result on to the next part of the query and to manipulate the data in some way before proceeding.

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