yes, Now I created one and it works. However, the joining multiple tables
and fetching it's data from it or from result of a nested query is not
quite intuitive.Thanks a lot Jeremy. :) Will try to create some examples
and post it here.

Sudhanshu Kumar Singh
Mob. +49-15171867343


On Tue, Aug 13, 2019 at 5:20 PM Jeremy Evans <jeremyeva...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 1:06:43 AM UTC-7, Sudhanshu Kumar Singh
> wrote:
>>
>> But it is not applying filter on the query when I make dataset out of
>> query using <model_class>.fetch(Query) and apply filter like:
>> `dataset.where(::Sequel.lit("#{column_table_name}.#{column} >= ?",
>> min_value))` or `dataset.where(::Sequel.lit("#{column_table_name}.#{column}
>> <= ?", max_value))`
>>
>
> When you use `fetch`, you are creating a dataset with explicit fixed SQL,
> and dataset methods that would normally modify the SQL generated do not
> have effect.  In your case, you should probably avoid using `fetch`, and
> instead create your dataset using Sequel's dataset methods.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeremy
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