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Create search from custom timer events (mobile app)

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Hello,

 

We have some custom timers in the code, and I wanted to create a search based on the timer name.

 

This is what I did:

SELECT timer FROM mobile_session_records WHERE timer.timername is not null AND timer.timername = "SaveItem"

 

However, the result is not filtering properly by timername. It is showing me entries for other timer names.

 

Then I tried this:

SELECT timer.timername FROM mobile_session_records WHERE timer.timername is not null AND timer.timername = "SaveItem"

 

And it looks like timer name is an array with a bunch of timer events in it, which is strange. This is an example of the response I got:

["SaveItem"]

["LoadItem", "SaveItem"]

["Login", "SaveItem"]

 

Why does timer name contain multiple timer events?

 

Has anyone tried to create searches based on custom timers? How did you do it?

 

Create search from custom timer events (mobile app)
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Hello @Nabiilah.Fasih

 

Since its a list of timer values you could try a query such as SELECT timer FROM mobile_session_records WHERE timer.timername IN ("SaveItem") 

As for where there are multiple timer names - it is because for that particular user session record - multiple timer events occurred.