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"and.1.not.in.1"

Question asked by Mats Ekdahl Employee on Nov 24, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 28, 2016 by Eugene Grybinnyk

what does "and.1.not.in.1" means in this example? It´s not documented?

 

/Mats

 

 

show objects limit 10 offset 0 order.1.ASC "name" and.1.not.in.1 "name" and.1.not.in.2 "ABC" and.2.in.1 "color" and.2.in.2 "BLACK" type "object" --format json  • "--format json" is optional. By default the output is presented in plain text.

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