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Id: 27061
Status: new
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Queue: Class-DBI-Plugin-DeepAbstractSearch

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Requestors: ckatz [...] cfa.harvard.edu
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Severity: Important
Broken in: 0.04
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Subject: error in resolving 'or' clause
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Calling deep_search_where($where) on my CDBI class for my "projects" table, with a WHERE structure like $where = { 'type.code' => [ 'std', 'ddt', 'too'] } fails. Investigating a bit, I found that after this runs through _transform_where(), it becomes $where={'t_projects_type.code'=> [ 't_projects.std','ddt','t_projects.too',undef] } instead of the expected $where={'t_projects_type.code'=> [ 'std','ddt','too'] } It appears that within the ($ref eq 'ARRAY') clause in transform_where(), the else clause is being executed rather than the if clause which appears to be the correct choice. This can be worked around by specifying $where = { '-or' => [ 'type.code','std', 'type.code', 'ddt', 'type.code', 'too' ] }
From: ckatz [...] cfa.harvard.edu
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Here's a better workaround: $where = { 'type.code' => [ -or => {'=', 'std'}, {'=', 'ddt'}, {'=', 'too'} ] };


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