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by Dan Holme on 4/30/2015
Date Revised: 4/30/2015
Action node types represent an action. For example, a user creates a file.
Interestingly, my understanding was that this was done by edges (relationships) before. I'm guessing it's a change in terminology, not in the architecture of the graph itself, but I'll turn to my Office Graph dev friends (Waldek? Appie? Wictor? Aghy?) for more insight on that.
Then there are relationship node types, which can... relate... multiple nodes in the graph. An Action node is conceptually (if not technically) similar, in that an Action is associating a user with another object.
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