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Turqueso opened this Issue Dec 21, 2017 · 4 comments

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Turqueso commented Dec 21, 2017

I want to get my collection filtered by tags (with javascript) I had no success so far.

Some things I tried: filter: {tags: "cat1"}, filter: {tags: ["cat1"]}

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aheinze commented Dec 21, 2017

could you please try filter: {tags: { $all: [ "cat1" ] }}

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Turqueso commented Dec 22, 2017

It returns all items from the collection

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creativeautomaton commented Apr 4, 2018

I found the answer to this on the cockpit cms google group but the answer that fixed this for anyone in the future is this below:

ex.
http://{your website }/cockpit/api/collections/get/{yourcollectionname}?token=abd9460d02475ee1da146aff017548&filter[{your field key}]= {your value}

Replace the {} with your values it should look like this:
http://website.com/cockpit/api/collections/get/page?token=abd9340d02475ee1da146aff017548&filter[title]=Mulch Installation

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willbrowningme commented Jun 12, 2018

@Turqueso I'm using Mongolite and axios and managed to get this working with the following:

axios.post(`${env.cockpit.postsUrl}`, 
JSON.stringify({
  filter: { tags: { $has:"the-tag" } },
}),  
{
  headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/json' }
})

Where env.cockpit.postUrl is my cockpit posts url endpoint and "the-tag" is just the tag you want to check if the post has.

You can test that it works using postman adding a header with Content-Type of application/json and a raw body of {"filter":{"published":true, "tags":{"$has":"laravel"} }} then sending a post request with your token to your collection endpoint.

It would be great to see some examples like this in the documentation.

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