Changes between Initial Version and Version 4 of Ticket #22128


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02/23/2014 08:25:04 PM (14 months ago)
Author:
shai
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Description corrected per comment:3.

To the point: Would this warning still be needed after #18247 is fixed? If not, it would just be documenting a bug.

Even if it were, is it really that "aggregation is not supported" or only that "comparisons against aggregates may not perform as expected"?

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  • Ticket #22128 – Description

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    2626Therefore, any queryset instantiated by a sqlite3 backend that uses the aggregation features described in the Django documentation [https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/topics/db/aggregation/ Aggregation guide] will most probably return incorrect results. The problem has been time consuming to debug, as the origin  is not immediately clear.
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    28 The master ticket for this issue appears to be #21179. The duplicated #22117 was recently open, but it is expected that more will come.
     28The master ticket for this issue appears to be #18247. The duplicated #22117 was recently open, but it is expected that more will come.
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    3030Therefore, I recommend that a warning message be included after the first few paragraphs of the [https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/topics/db/aggregation/ Aggregation guide], that provides an explanation of the problem.
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