Javascript Reference v1.0

Match the filter

  • .filter() expects you to use the raw PostgREST syntax for the filter names and values, so it should only be used as an escape hatch in case other filters don't work.
    1  .filter('arraycol','cs','{"a","b"}') // Use Postgres array {} for array column and 'cs' for contains.
    2  .filter('rangecol','cs','(1,2]') // Use Postgres range syntax for range column.
    3  .filter('id','in','(6,7)')  // Use Postgres list () for in filter.
    4  .filter('id','in',`(${arr})`)  // You can insert a javascript array.

const { data, error } = await supabase
  .from('cities')
  .select('name, country_id')
  .filter('name', 'in', '("Paris","Tokyo")')