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Enable filtering on "contains" in array #1645

Alxandr opened this Issue Jul 28, 2017 · 6 comments


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Alxandr commented Jul 28, 2017

Currently the allX types in the graphql schema supports filtering based on either eq, neq, regex or glob. I would like it to also support filtering on in and notin, like this:

query Foo {
    filter: { id: { in: ['1', '2', '3'] } }
  ) {

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KyleAMathews commented Aug 5, 2017

It already supports this :-)

filter: { frontmatter: { tags: { in: [$tag] }, draft: { ne: true } } }


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oskareke commented Mar 21, 2018

This only works for array-type fields like tags. Looking for a string in array, like in Alxandrs example doesn't work.. Would be very neat if it did..


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deemaagog commented May 7, 2018

from now we have regex and glob


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lmaddio commented Jun 1, 2018

Is it possible to use an Array of ids for filtering?

I have an array of tags, which I pass in the createPage.
I wanna filter in my query so I can obtain other elements where at least one value of the tags array is found (the object in the query has also an array of ids)



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heho commented Jul 14, 2018

also it seems like filtering is only "two layers deep" filters like
filter: { tags: { data: { name: { eq: "something" } } } }
it is not really clear to me whether this is intended behavior or not.


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ljaniszewski commented Nov 2, 2018

"in" keyword does not work in YAML files filtering.

"Argument \"filter\" has invalid value {short: {in: [\"react\", \"gatsbyjs\"]}}.\nIn field \"short\": In field \"in\": Unknown field.",

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