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ROQL Where in clause with CustomFields

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edited Nov 8, 2016 4:10AM in Integrations and APIs 6 comments


We have tested every known way to use the QueryObject.Query() method to "SELECT Contact FROM Contact WHERE c$guid IN 'SomeGuidNumber', 'SomeOtherGuid';" however, this query fails. The failure ends like something like 'IN-Based sub-queries are not permitted". If we use "SELECT Contact FROM Contact WHERE c$guid IN ('SomeGuidNumber', 'SomeOtherGuid');" We get "Error in the query object".  The "IN" clause does work with named columns like "Select Contact from Contact where Contact.Name.First IN ('BRAD','MARY') LIMIT 10;  Returns maybe 10 objects. Why can we do this with named objects but not with CustomFields ? And our <CustomField name="c$guid" > really.

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