Query builder 3.4.4

Hi.

It seems that it’s only possible to use either AND or OR in the queries
that you build with the query builder in 3.4.4 but not both at the same
time.
Is this correct?

If not how do we compose a query with both ANDs and ORs?

Thanks.
Kind regards.
Luke.

Luke

Use the right arrow to indent and make sub-clauses.

-ToddOn Mon, Nov 21, 2005 at 02:31:43PM +1030, Luke Vanderfluit wrote:

Hi.

It seems that it’s only possible to use either AND or OR in the queries
that you build with the query builder in 3.4.4 but not both at the same
time.
Is this correct?

If not how do we compose a query with both ANDs and ORs?

Thanks.
Kind regards.
Luke.


Luke


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Hi.

Todd Chapman wrote:

Use the right arrow to indent and make sub-clauses.

Thanks greatly :slight_smile:

-Todd

Hi.

It seems that it’s only possible to use either AND or OR in the queries
that you build with the query builder in 3.4.4 but not both at the same
time.
Is this correct?

If not how do we compose a query with both ANDs and ORs?

Thanks.
Kind regards.
Luke.


Luke


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Luke