> START a=node(1)WITH z
> MATCH (a)-[rels*0..]-(z)
> FOREACH(rel IN rels: DELETE rel)
> DELETE a
> DELETE zMichael
Am 26.09.2012 um 06:43 schrieb Abdul Azeez Shaik:
> Hi Nigel,
> Thanks for the reply. I tried executing in latest 1.8RC1 webconsole, it gives me following error,
> Also, Do we need to use FOREACH in this case? Can't we directly use DELETE a,rels,z?
> On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 4:49 PM, Nigel Small <ni...@nigelsmall.net> wrote:
> I have recently added cascading deletion to py2neo. I use the following Cypher query...
> START a=node(1)
> ...where the first line determines the start node by ID. I have also considered looking at limits on relationship type and direction as well as a maximum cascade limit so you may want to consider that too.
> On 26 September 2012 11:33, Abdul Azeez Shaik <azeeztechni...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Can i delete a node along with its relationships and children using the following CYPHER query,
> Its not working when i tried this in webconsole of neo4j.
> Kindly let me know your suggestions.
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