Hi there !
I’d like to reduce the amount of
joins in my code.
Instead of having, let’s say:
def join_on_client_id_and_id(from, query) do from c in ^from, join: q in ^query, on: c.client_id == q.id end
and another function like this:
def join_on_client_id_and_client_id(from, query) do from c in ^from, join: q in ^query, on: c.client_id == q.client_id end
instead, I would like to have a function with that signature:
def join_on_client(from, query, options \\ [with: :client_id]) with
with being the field on
^query to join on.
I would for instance use
send(m, options[:with] to specify the second field to join on.
I’ve found out that I could maybe use the
Ecto.Query.dynamic function but can’t find a good example on how to use it in the case of a
Could you please help me ?