py2neo.database.ClientError: SyntaxError: Invalid input、py2neo.internal.hydration.HydrationError

created at 03-18-2022 views: 4

This bug has troubled me for a long time, and there are very few replies on the Internet, so I will record it specially. Those questions about py2neo:

case1. match problem

The match statement cannot be executed due to different versions of neo4j and py2neo This code doesn't work on my computer:

zzu1 = graph.nodes.match("school", name="zzu").first()

Modify it to this:

zzu1 = graph.nodes.match('school').where("'zzu'").first()

will work.

There is also an example of match, I don't know why it works. This example implements the same function as the above example, and both find the node whose name attribute value is zzu in the label tag:

zzu2 ="MATCH(a:school) WHERE = 'zzu' RETURN a").data()

Some people say that the use of variables in match may also cause inexplicable bugs. Maybe because I didn't use match, the code in the following format did not report an error: (that is, the normal use of format for strings)

verb = "located"
noun = "zzu"
city1 ="match(a:school)-[r:{v}]->(b:city) WHERE = '{n}' RETURN b".format(v=verb, n=noun)).data()

case2. space problem

The problem someone has encountered is that the string contains an illegal symbol, aka invalid input. I had a similar problem with this code of mine:

city1 ="match(a:school)-[r:is located in]->(b:city) WHERE = 'zzu' RETURN b").data()

is located in is the error point, which is obviously a space problem. But I still can't solve it after entering the escape character '\0' for spaces. In desperation, I had to rename this relationship to located, which solved the problem:

city1 ="match(a:school)-[r:located]->(b:city) WHERE = 'zzu' RETURN b").data()

case3 to be continued...

created at:03-18-2022
edited at: 05-30-2022: