:character. Supported sort directions are:
;) list of operations.
:) character. First segment is an operator, followed by 0 or more operation arguments.
Example: Filter member named "DiscountRate" is associated with single operation, that has "gt" operator and one operation argument, value 10. Result query is:
Example: If filter named "Foo" supports the custom operator named "op", accepting "bar" as an operation argument, example query would look like this:
Example: With assumption that
eqoperator is default operator for "DiscountRate" filter, both following queries are equal:
Example: If filter named "Foo" has the custom operation "op" marked as default, you can specify the query from example above without explicitly stating the operator, like this:
ninare paired with argument that is an collection. To delimit these values within operation argument, comma character (
,) is used.
Monthwith one operation, that has
inoperator and one argument that is an collection of three string values: "
February" and "
") if their string representation contains at least one of following special characters:
,(conflict with collection operation argument separator)
:(conflict with operation segments separator)
;(conflict with operations separator)
", this character must be escaped with backslash
\. Example: Filter named "Actor" associated with operation with
eqoperator and string value
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson: