[Cubicweb] RQL - ** can only one uid restriction per variable (use IN for X if desired)
afayolle.ml at free.fr
Mon Jan 21 16:19:54 CET 2013
On lun. 21 janv. 2013 15:19:42 CET, Carlos Balderas wrote:
> Hi Alexandre!, I hope you are doing well.
> I'd like to fix this as well, do you know where I should start to look
> in logilab libraries to change this?.
> Or If you have a clear clue, you can give me a little orientation so I
> can build a patch and send it to revision.
> May be it is just a validation not to give it for granted, that any
> eid in the WHERE clause is a restriction condition.
> Best Regards
> Carlos Balderas
> On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 2:13 AM, afayolle <afayolle.ml at free.fr
> <mailto:afayolle.ml at free.fr>> wrote:
> On ven. 18 janv. 2013 16:16:30 CET, Carlos Balderas wrote:
> > Hi List,
> > Is it possible to have the "eid" value as returning column in a RQL
> > Query when using eid in the WHERE clause?
> > For instance, running this query leads me to an error
> > BadRQLQuery: Any N,I WHERE X is Company, X name N, X eid 5562, X
> eid I
> > ** can only one uid restriction per variable (use IN for X if
> > Looks like the parser is getting the idea that I am duplicating the
> > "eid" restriction in the query, instead of assign I to the eid's
> > (At simple look it might not look very logic, but, we need this
> > to be returned for a more complex rql sentence.)
> This has been a long standing RQL limitation that I've hit quite
> even with a single eid limitation in my query because CW silently adds
> another eid restriction (at least in the getting-older version I'm
> I'm interested in a fix for this.
> Carlos Balderas
I'm sending this back on the list.
I don't have the code at hand. AFAIR, the exception is raised in
rql/stcheck.py. The code responsible for the addition of the eid
restriction used to be in a method called add_eid_restriction, but I
can't remember where this one lives or where it is called.
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