this is a refernce to acrticle CS88090
It is possible to add the walkDocOrdered function to a query via command line:
im createquery --querydefinition="(walkdocordered[document id])" --name="query name"
This should be supported in the query builder gui as well
It would be perfect if the document id must not be static, but could be defined by a "sub-query" as well.
The reverse operation would be useful as well. Finding the documents that a queried set of contents belong to.
By "reverse operation" you wish to see not only the containing Document ID , but all Documents that might use this one as include/inserted, RIGHT?
I like that but technically it would still be a "walk" operation, only using different Relationship fields (Contained By & Referenced By).
So in IMHO you use case would be covered implicitly.
This functionality has been introduced in the 12.x series, some of the Ideas have had a status reset - correcting them.
The feature is an admin-only function and there is no plan to introduce this to end-users.
@KartikOak I've seen it and I liked it so far, but could you elaborate on why there is no plan to introduce this to end-users?
This query that gets designed with this feature is likely to be performance intensive if not designed correctly and hence it is out of bounds for end users.
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