Good morning Harish,
There is no way to do this using just iOS. There's an issue here, that should be looked at. We do not write null values to your database. The only way that this would happen is if you were writing an NSNull to your database.
The actual way to fix this, is to write a post-fetch hook in Business logic in order to iterate through your values and invoke a delete on null values in your result set.
If you have any questions, please let me know,
almost 4 years ago
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