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Add support for HAVING #483

perdjurner opened this Issue Apr 25, 2015 · 2 comments


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perdjurner commented Apr 25, 2015

Given the simplicity of the Wheels ORM I think we can check for any aggregate calculated properties used in the where argument and place these in HAVING instead.

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perdjurner commented Mar 24, 2017

Done, just need to find a good place to document the following.

Given an Order model with properties for productId, amount and a calculated property:
property(name="totalAmount", sql="SUM(amount)");

You can do model("order").findAll(group="productId", where="totalAmount > 1000") to get the ids for all products with over $1,000 in sales.

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perdjurner commented Aug 1, 2017

Documented in findAll.

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