DataFaucet ORM

Statement Filters

A filter can be applied to a Select, Update or Delete statement, allowing the operation to be limited to a specific set of target rows. Filter objects are most easily created from the statement object via its filtering methods like filter() and nullFilter().


  // get the datasource
  ds = request.DataFaucet.getDatasource(); 
  // get a select statement for the product table
  stmt = ds.getSelect("*","tblProduct"); 
  // filter products by the selected category
  // get the query 
  query = stmt.execute(); 

The filter object has these properties:

columnn/arequired - name of the column to filter results
includen/aand/or - indicates whether filters are cumulative (and) or mutually exclusive (or) - overrides the include property of the statement object if set
contentn/acontent to match in the filtered column
comparisonLIKEindicates the manner in which the content of the filter is compared against data in the column - defaults to = for non-character columns - valid values are <, = ,>, =<, =>, <>, IN, NOT IN, NULL, NOT NULL and LIKE
delimiters,used with comparisons of IN and NOT IN - the content property is treated as a list separated by these characters
dynamicfalseboolean - indicates that the content argument is a string of arbitrary SQL - this will not create a CFQUERYPARAM tag when executed
reversefalseboolean - indicates that the filter should be reversed, checking for the column value within the content string
caseSensitivefalseindicates that the content of columns should not be made case-insensitive for databases with case-sensitive collation