I don't have much expreince with Torque, but did you think of:
function Criterion or(List rules) {
List temp = new Vector();
for (int i = 0; i < rules.size(); i++) {
Criterion c = createCriterion(rules.get(i));
if (i > 0)
((Criterion)temp.get(i-1)).or(c);
temp.add(c);
}
return (Criterion)temp.get(0);
}
now the createCriterion method is missing, but one can figure...
Cheers,
Ron
Michael.Kashambuzi@bmwna.com wrote:
> I've already checked in the mailing list and have not found an answer.
>
> Does anyone know how to perform an OR in the following situation.
>
> SELECT A, B, C
> FROM TABLE1
> WHERE A IN (1,2,3) OR B IN (4,5,6) OR D in (7,8,9)
>
> For each criterion, I want to add it as a criterion to the main Criteria
> object and not as a criterion for a preexisting criterion.
>
> Criterion1: A IN (1,2,3)
> Criterion2: B IN (4,5,6)
> Criterion3: D in (7,8,9)
>
> I want to add each of the above criterion to the Criteria ndependently. I
> don't want to add Criterion3 and as an OR to Critrion2 and the Criterion2 as
> an OR to Criterion1.
>
> Most of my queries are dynamic in nature so I can't always assume the order
> in which criteria are added. I just need to provide n Criterion objects and
> all all n independently as OR's to my main Criteria object.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Michael
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