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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:
Why does timer name contain multiple timer events?
Has anyone tried to create searches based on custom timers? How did you do it?
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.