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comment Cypher Query to Return Nodes in Path Order
This is a fine answer, but relies on returning multiple paths to figure out the order of the Talent nodes. In the actual scenario I'm working with, the database is a bit more complicated, and multiple paths exist from start to finish. Consequently, I have to narrow things down to a single path of Person nodes before getting the Talents. This was my fault for over-simplifying things though; your answer was spot on for the question I asked.
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comment Cypher Query to Return Nodes in Path Order
Thank you so much! They key here, it would appear, is the unwind function, which seems to keep the nodes ordered so that when I match p-->t, the t's end up ordered. Works perfectly now!
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comment Cypher Query to Return Nodes in Path Order
@FrobberOfBits I've edited it to add the query. I'm not necessarily even attached to that particular query (I've tried several and they all seem to work to varying extents), I just haven't been able to come up with a query to return the Talent nodes in path-order.
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revised Cypher Query to Return Nodes in Path Order
Added example of my current query
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comment Returning cursor from PL/SQL anonymous block in C#
Binding by position results in a ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected - got CURSER error. I can't tell if that's a step closer, or a step further from a solution. Edit: I actually commented out the entire WHERE clause (see above) in the cursor statement to guarantee I should be getting something back.
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comment Returning cursor from PL/SQL anonymous block in C#
No dice. No errors, but returnCursor.Value is still null. Trying ExecuteReader() still returns a reader with no rows.
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comment Returning cursor from PL/SQL anonymous block in C#
How would I go about returning data back to the caller then? There's a good chance that's my problem. I've tried doing a RETURN rcursor; right after the OPEN... line, but that didn't seem to change anything.
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comment Okay to store an exception in a variable to throw later?
Yeah, I realized that only the last one would be thrown; I'll have to see what the requirements are for the calling class (being developed by another individual), and whether they are concerned with actually knowing what specific exceptions occurred, or only that at least one exception did occur. Thanks!
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