>We've installed Kavio's CatalogQuery product and are very happy with it.
>Haven't looked at the ZOQLMethod from iuveno yet, but both look like
>great steps in the right direction.
I actually need to look at Casey's code and see what I can reuse. The
efficiency of my version is not that great yet, but much more flexible. So
I want to take Casey's code and optimize mine a little.
BTW, I just added a mailing list and a poll for ZOQL. Please go to
http://demo.iuveno-net.de/iuveno/Products/ZOQLMethod and vote in the poll,
so I can get an estimate of the general interest.
>I have one question: is it possible using a normal catalog query or
>Kavio's catalog query to check if a value is not set? The
>representation returned is Missing.Value, but I seem to be unable to
>say, e.g, 'Description == Missing.Value' etc. How hard is it to add
You mean, whether the system checks, if a property exists at all or is set
to None? I think both would be no problem.
1. Property exists or not:
I could support a function, like: exists(Property)
2. Property is set to None:
Simply use equal: Property == None
Note: That might work already? I have to check...
WHERE Property == None;
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