I have doc which has a date object.
Code to init Firestore:
FirebaseFirestore fireStore = FirebaseFirestore.getInstance(); FirebaseFirestoreSettings settings = new FirebaseFirestoreSettings.Builder() .setTimestampsInSnapshotsEnabled(true) .build(); fireStore.setFirestoreSettings(settings); firestore = fireStore;
Code to query:
FirebaseFirestore db = FireStoreUtils.getInstance(); Query query= db.collection(viewType.collectionName()); query.whereLessThan("endDate", new Date()); return query.orderBy(viewType.sortProperty()).limit(PAGE_SIZE);
I am always getting all the records and looks like the where clause is not getting applied. On Firebase console I see that the
endDate is stored as timestamp.
Doc from Firebase console:
createdDate: null (null) description: "desc" (string) endDate: February 3, 2019 at 11:18:58 PM UTC-8 (timestamp) id: "-7475596197450085332" (string) title: "title"
Cloud Firestore queries are immutable, which means that you cannot change the properties of an existing query. If you change the value by calling
whereLessThan() method, it becomes a new query. So to solve this, please chain all method calls and store them in a new
Query object like this:
Query query = db.collection(viewType.collectionName()) .whereLessThan("endDate", new Date()); .orderBy(viewType.sortProperty()).limit(PAGE_SIZE); return query;