@vinod you are right though, the
toString() method on
ViewQuery doesn’t output the keys…
Since the keys is the only parameter that can be large enough to make a switch from GET to POST necessary, we didn’t include them in toString to not risk a too large string dump.
However, I think we can at least show a boolean flag in toString that says if the keys is set or not. I created JCBC-838 to track that.
Note that we don’t really keep the list around, but rather directly store is as a JSON string to pass it to the view engine as is, so we can’t conditionally dump it depending on its number of keys…
To more exhaustively dump a
ViewQuery, you’d have to call both
glad you found how to make your query work