Moved from GitHub dgraph/3982
Posted by Kingloko:
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What you wanted to do
Without having a deep understanding of the underlying schema I’d like to explore the data.
What you actually did
In the past you could do that by using expand(all).
Now, that only works if the node has a given type.
Why that wasn’t great, with examples
If the node already has a type, the need to explore is mitigated. Because… well… I can check the schema real quick. It is exactly when a node does not have a type that the need for exploration arises.
Granted, I can start using types, but without forcing types this seems like a problem that needs a solution.