QB as table name

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John Currey

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Sep 14, 2022, 1:50:25 PMSep 14
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Hi,

Is there an issue with using QB as my table name?


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Joe Meyer

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Sep 14, 2022, 6:52:36 PMSep 14
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John,

I do not see any problems with naming  a table QB.

Best.

Joe

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John Currey

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Sep 14, 2022, 7:27:39 PMSep 14
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Perhaps I asked the question poorly. This shows Seattle qb passes for 2021.


According to the documentation, replacing "list" in the query with a player's name is valid, yet this fails. 


It's seems the NFL equivalent of the sample " P:Player:LeBron James:points>30,40,50" fails. (e.g. date@team=Seahawks and season=2021 and P:QB:Russell Wilson:qb completions>1)

Thanks. 

Joe Meyer

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Sep 15, 2022, 5:44:04 AMSep 15
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John,

that looks like a bug.
I'll have a look later today.

Best,

Joe


Joe Meyer

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Sep 15, 2022, 3:57:54 PMSep 15
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John and SDQL API Friends,

in order for the format:

PlayerTable:PlayerName:PlayerParameter 
 
to work, the player table needs to have a parameter called 'name'.

With your current naming paradigm, you can still use the format:
date,QB:query(qb passes@quarterback='Russell Wilson')[0]@team=Seahawks and season=2021

best regards,

Joe Meyer
Sports Database LLC

John Currey

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Sep 15, 2022, 5:25:40 PMSep 15
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Thanks, Joe.
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