'<': less than
'<=': less than, or equal
'>': greater than
'>=': greater than, or equal
'!=': different than
'in': check that the value is in a list (rvalue is a list, not a tuple)
'not in': check that the value is in a list (rvalue is a list, not a tuple)
So, with this qualifier used to fetch Writer objects,
objects=ec.fetch('Writer', qualifier='age >= 80')
not inoperators require that the right value is expressed as a list, and not as a tuple (i.e. surrounded square brackets '
[' and '
]'). For example:
objects=ec.fetch('Writer', qualifier='age in [82, 24]')
Comments are welcome: Sebastien Bigaret / Modeling Home Page