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The answer to my question might be pretty simple, I just don't get it.
Of course I can set values dynamically inside a query but can I also "join" a query to another query dynamically?
Here's an example: Let's assume I have vine brands in a Kinvey collection. The user/app can filter by the name of the vine (f.e. "Primitivo"). This would be a single and simple query. Now let's assume there is a column "country" in that collection and the user can also filter for that one. He sets the filter to name: "Primitivo" and country to "Italy". Now I have to generate the query dinamically like: name = "Primitivo" AND country "Italy". This can't be done in a single query so I need to join/attach the second query to the first query DYNAMICALLY. Is that possible? If so, what way would you recommend to do that?
To add more than one filter you simply add more operators, so the query would look like this:
var query = new Kinvey.Query(); query.equalTo("name", Primitivo").equalTo("country", "Italy");
or if you need to add the second filter at a later stage:
var query = new Kinvey.Query(); query.equalTo("name", Primitivo"); query.equalTo("country", "Italy");
Let me know if this has helped.