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Unable to use ANY(), ALL(), SOME()

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Has anyone seen an error like:
Problems with function : ANY. Either the function does not exist, or there is a problem with a dependent function

SELECT * FROM "mytable"."temperature" WHERE device_name <> ANY('Foo', 'Bar')

Edited by: dwery on Nov 22, 2020 9:50 AM

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The keyword VALUES should be used if the comparison values is a list of literals e.g. SELECT * FROM "mytable"."temperature" WHERE device_name ANY(VALUES 'Foo', 'Bar'). Same for ALL and SOME too. The alternative syntax is
SELECT * FROM "mytable"."temperature" WHERE device_name ANY (SELECT 'Foo' UNION ALL SELECT 'Bar')

answered 2 years ago
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VALUES worked, thank you.

answered 2 years ago

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