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Hi, since you've been struggling with this stuff for a long time now, I strongly suggest again that you spend some time experimenting with SQL::Abstract, which is the SQL generator used by DBIx::Class.

Use arrays for ORs; use hashes for ANDs. Until your query gets complicated, you can skip the -and and -or keywords.

Updated: Based on the correction you made to your spec.

use strict; use warnings; use SQL::Abstract; my $sqla = SQL::Abstract->new; my @where = ( { status => 'Review' }, { status => [ 'Offered', 'Denied', 'Cancelled', 'Conditional O +ffer' ], sent_email => { '!=' => [ -and => undef, '0000-00-00' ] }, }, ); my ( $sql, @bind ) = $sqla->where( \@where ); say $sql; say for @bind; __END__
perl WHERE ( ( status = ? OR ( ( sent_email IS NOT NULL AND sent_email != +? ) AND ( status = ? OR status = ? OR status = ? OR status = ? ) ) ) +) Review 0000-00-00 Offered Denied Cancelled Conditional Offer
Used with DBIx::Class:
$schema->resultset( 'TblRequests' )->search([ { status => 'Review' }, { status => [ 'Offered', 'Denied', 'Cancelled', 'Conditional O +ffer' ], sent_email => { '!=' => [ -and => undef, '0000-00-00' ] }, }, ]);

Hope this helps!

The way forward always starts with a minimal test.

In reply to Re: DBIx::Class Build a Where Clause with multiple ORs and ANDs by 1nickt
in thread DBIx::Class Build a Where Clause with multiple ORs and ANDs by phildeman

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