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The query.where clause allows any legal SQL WHERE clause operating on the fields in a layer. By using the '=' (equal sign) operator, the clause searches for exact results, in comparison to the LIKE operator that searches for a pattern or results containing part of the specified query request.
The following code snippet demonstrates how the LIKE query is used in an SQL expression:
query.where = "ID LIKE ' '%123%'"The query searches for IDs containing the value, 123. The code snippet below demonstrates how the WHERE clause is used to produce a similar result, for specific data according to the desired classification:
var input = dom.byId("ID").value var inputID = input.toUpperCase(); query.where = "ID = '123'"
Note: It is crucial to set the query object's WHERE clause correctly and use the '=' operator in the query statement to perform an exact match.