Yes, thanks. It's not really what I want but I understand.
I'm porting a few old Coldfusion web apps and CF has a neat query object,
if you query at data base, you are returned a query object. which you can
show the results etc. but you can also run new queries on that query
object. For example you may have a very large query, which you can then
cache. Then you can run additional queries on that cache query to filter
On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 3:41:26 AM UTC-8, Simon King wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 6:06 AM, Charles Heizer <ceh...@gmail.com
> > Hello, does anyone know if it's possible to query a query result in
> > SQLAlchemy?
> > Thanks!
> I'm not quite sure what you mean. If you've got a Query object with
> some filter conditions already defined, you can add further
> restrictions to it simply by calling its ".filter()" method.
> Alternatively you can convert the query to a subquery and then build
> another query around that.
> Hope that helps,
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