Thanks for your reply.
There are differences between the two queries. The first query, "start
The second query, "start a=node(1405) match a-[:A|B*1..3] return distinct
These two queries have performance difference. The first one will take two
I am wondering if I can write the first query in a way of the second query.
start a=node(1405) match a-[:A&B*1..3] return distinct m;
On Thursday, August 9, 2012 2:16:52 PM UTC-7, Michael Hunger wrote:
> I don't really understand your question?
> Does the second query not work for you?
> Am 09.08.2012 um 21:48 schrieb fli.rpx:
> > I am trying to write a query to return nodes with two relationships.
> > One way to do it: start a=node(1405) match a-[:A*1..3]->m,
> > This will work, but takes much a lot more time than a query like this:
> > I think maybe neo4j does two traversals in the first query.
> > Is it possible to do a query to get nodes with both relationships like
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