Ma5quer Ma5quer - 2 months ago 11
Node.js Question

node.js sequelize: multiple 'where' query conditions

How do i query a table with multiple conditions?
Here are the examples both working:

Post.findAll({ where: ['deletedAt IS NULL'] }).success()


and

Post.findAll({ where: {topicId: req.params.id} }).success()


Then, if i need conditions combined, i feel like i need to do something like

Post.findAll({ where: [{topicId: req.params.id}, 'deletedAt IS NULL'] }).success()


, but it doesn't work.

What is the syntax the sequelize waits for?

node debug says:


DEBUG: TypeError: Object # has no method 'replace'


if it matters...

Answer

Please note that as of this posting and the most recent version of sequelize, the above answers are out of date. I am posting the solution that I got working in hopes of saving someone some time.

filters["State"] = {$and: [filters["State"], {$not: this.filterSBM()}] };

Note the $ and array inside the JSON object and lack of ? token replacement.

Or put in a more general way, since that might help someone wrap their head around it:

{ $and: [{"Key1": "Value1"}, {"Key2": "Value2"}] }