Did you mean to index nodes with Neo4J or create a set of nodes within
Neo4J that represent what a spider has crawled externally to the Neo
instance? If the latter, following on what Michael recommended, depending
on how dynamic your pages are, if a page has multiple states, you might
also add extra nodes for linking those states if they adhere to RESTful
architectural principles (a unique URI for each state representation).
Deep linking and indexing of dynamic content was a big concern of many
people before Google provided guidance on how to do it properly.
If you are wanting to index links that are already within a Neo4J database
and make that information available from outside Neo, running cypher
queries and pre-building the results page (façade pattern) might be
effective if your audience wants to see the data. Google uses this
principle in their core search.
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On 2012-10-01 6:07 AM, "Michael Hunger" <michael.hun...@neotechnology.com>