<FilterDropdown> "ina" Operator to Filter in Arrays

I currently have a <FilterDropdown> tag, but unfortunately am getting the error "could not find array type for data type uuid[]". I believe this is due to the operator being used being "in" instead of "contains", or in this case "ina" (as I see that this was added as an operator fairly recently in Refine). Does anybody know a property I can add to FilterDropdown to change its operator?
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Hi @obelisk291. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- It seems that you are trying to use the ina operator with the <FilterDropdown> component in Refine. Unfortunately, as per the information available, the <FilterDropdown> component does not support changing the operator directly through its properties due to limitations in Ant Design's filtering capabilities. However, there are a few workarounds and suggestions that might help you achieve the desired functionality: 1. Using initialFilter with useTable: You can set the initial filter with the desired operator using the initialFilter property in the useTable hook. This approach allows you to define the operator initially, although it might not dynamically change through the dropdown.
const { tableProps, sorter, filters } = useTable({
initialFilter: [
{
field: "yourFieldName",
operator: "ina",
value: undefined, // or any initial value
},
],
});

const { tableProps, sorter, filters } = useTable({
initialFilter: [
{
field: "yourFieldName",
operator: "ina",
value: undefined, // or any initial value
},
],
});

Source (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/1199#issuecomment-4) 2. Using setFilter Method: You can use the setFilter method of the useTable hook to programmatically set the filter with the desired operator. This method provides more flexibility and can be used to update the filter dynamically.
const { setFilter } = useTable();

// Example function to set the filter with "ina" operator
const applyFilter = (value) => {
setFilter("yourFieldName", value, "ina");
};

const { setFilter } = useTable();

// Example function to set the filter with "ina" operator
const applyFilter = (value) => {
setFilter("yourFieldName", value, "ina");
};

Source (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/3417#issuecomment-1) 3. Custom Filter Component: If you need more control over the filtering logic, you might consider creating a custom filter component that handles the operator and value as needed. This approach allows you to bypass the limitations of the <FilterDropdown> component.
const CustomFilterDropdown = (props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Input onChange={(e) => applyFilter(e.target.value)} />
</FilterDropdown>
);

// Usage in Table
<Table.Column
dataIndex="yourFieldName"
filterDropdown={(props) => <CustomFilterDropdown {...props} />}
/>

const CustomFilterDropdown = (props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Input onChange={(e) => applyFilter(e.target.value)} />
</FilterDropdown>
);

// Usage in Table
<Table.Column
dataIndex="yourFieldName"
filterDropdown={(props) => <CustomFilterDropdown {...props} />}
/>

Source (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/1691#issue-1691) Unfortunately, there is no direct property to change the operator in <FilterDropdown> due to the limitations mentioned. You might need to use one of the workarounds above to achieve the desired filtering behavior. For more detailed information, you can refer to the related issues and discussions: - Issue 1199 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/1199) - Issue 1691 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/1691) - Issue 3417 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/3417) ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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harsh-harlequin
harsh-harlequin4w ago
@kapa.ai The initial filters worked when I used "contains" ("ina" didn't exist). I am now getting another error, which is the following: { "code": "42883", "details": null, "hint": "No operator matches the given name and argument types. You might need to add explicit type casts.", "message": "operator does not exist: uuid[] ~~* unknown", "statusCode": 42883 } Supabase is being used.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- It looks like you're encountering an error related to the use of the ina operator with UUID arrays in Supabase. The error message indicates that the operator does not exist for the given types, which suggests that there might be a type mismatch or an unsupported operation. Here are a few steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve this issue: 1. Check Data Types: Ensure that the data types of the columns and the values you are filtering match. The ina operator might not be supported for UUID arrays directly. You might need to cast the types explicitly. 2. Use contains Operator: If ina is causing issues, you might want to revert to using the contains operator, which is known to work with arrays. However, note that contains might not be case-insensitive. 3. Custom Filter Logic: If the built-in operators are not working as expected, you can implement custom filter logic using Supabase's query methods directly. Here is an example of how you might implement custom filter logic using Supabase's contains method:
import { supabaseClient } from "./supabaseClient"; // Adjust the import based on your setup

const applyCustomFilter = async (value) => {
const { data, error } = await supabaseClient
.from('your_table_name')
.select('*')
.contains('your_column_name', [value]);

if (error) {
console.error("Error applying filter:", error);
} else {
console.log("Filtered data:", data);
}
};

// Example usage
applyCustomFilter('your_uuid_value');
import { supabaseClient } from "./supabaseClient"; // Adjust the import based on your setup

const applyCustomFilter = async (value) => {
const { data, error } = await supabaseClient
.from('your_table_name')
.select('*')
.contains('your_column_name', [value]);

if (error) {
console.error("Error applying filter:", error);
} else {
console.log("Filtered data:", data);
}
};

// Example usage
applyCustomFilter('your_uuid_value');
4. Review Supabase Documentation: Refer to the Supabase documentation for more details on supported operators and data types: - Supabase JavaScript Client (https://supabase.com/docs/reference/javascript/contains) - Supabase Filtering (https://supabase.com/docs/guides/database/queries) 5. Update Refine and Supabase Packages: Ensure that you are using the latest versions of Refine and Supabase packages, as there might have been updates or bug fixes related to this issue. If you continue to face issues, you might want to open a new issue on the Refine GitHub repository or seek help from the community on their Discord channel. For more context, you can refer to the related issues and discussions: - Issue 3451 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/3451) - Issue 3452 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/3452) - Issue 6024 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/6024) If you need further assistance, feel free to ask! ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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