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Since I need at the moment to ask you almost every day about queries, since I do not know what I can query, where I can query and how I can query...

I was wandering if you have a command/query database like the maya on


...so that I would be able to check all the possibilities (e.g. at the moment I do not know how to query a latest version or who published what, etc.)

If not it would be cool to have one.


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The query language itself is explained here: http://help.ftrack.com/developing-with-ftrack/api/query-syntax and here http://ftrack-python-api.rtd.ftrack.com/en/stable/querying.html.

For general examples you can look here: http://ftrack-python-api.rtd.ftrack.com/en/stable/example/index.html

The problem is that a lot of the information on what relations are available on objects are quite hard to find, and one of the best options is to inspect the type in the api:



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