Hi, I would like to know if I can see a graph in the client navigator from a request done in py2neo without doing extra programing with flask but only using the browser provided by neo4J (open browser). I'm using neo4j desktop 3.4.
I think you're asking whether it's possible to see the queries being executed against the database via py2neo...if so perhaps enabling the query log would help here?
No, I don't want see the queries in the logging file. I just want to know if it is possible to send a query via py2neo to neo4j and see the graph result in a browser. This is for a customer, he doesn't want to do any manipulation with neo4j but just to press to some button and visualize the graphs. The idea is then to create a python app with some query buttons.
I'm afraid this isn't possible: there's no visualisation capabilities built into py2neo and the browser doesn't have a hook for ad-hoc visualisation.
Thanks for this answer