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    Format, Parameters

    ORDER BY adjusts the order of rows in the data stream.


    • Format: order by <column1> <fashion1>, <column2> <fashion2>, ...
    • Parameters: see table below
    • Affected columns: <column> and all its homologous columns
    Name Category Specification Description
    <column> NODE,EDGE,PATH,ATTR,ARRAY,TABLE / Sorting basis, multiple basises must be homologous columns and ordering is operated from left to right, from higher levels to lower levels
    <fashion> string asc or desc,non-case-sensitive Sorting method, ascending or descending


    find().nodes([4, 2]) as nodes
    n(nodes).e().n(as n) as path
    order by n.radius desc, n
    return path

    In the UQL statement above, Order By adjusts the order of the one-step paths resulting from template query: first based on the radii of terminal nodes in descending order, then based on the UUID of terminal nodes that share the same radii in an ascending order.

    ATTR (Numeric value)

    Example: find 10 cards that have the highest balances, i.e, sorts the card balances in a descinding order

    find().nodes({@card}) as n
    order by n.balance desc 
    return n{*} limit 10

    ATTR (Time)

    Example: find cards of Customer CU001, return cards'info in an ascending time order

    n({_id == "CU001"}).re({@has}).n({@card} as n)
    order by n.open_date
    return n{*}

    ATTR (String)

    Example: find 10 email addresses, sort them in a descending order of letters from addresses

    find().nodes({@email}) as n
    limit 10
    order by n.address desc 
    return n{*}


    Example: find 10 two-step transfer paths, sort paths in a descending order of 2rd nodes' UUIDs

    n({@card}).e({@transfer}).n({@card} as n)
      .e({@transfer}).n({@card}) as p
    limit 10
    order by n desc
    return p{*}


    Example: find 10 two-step transfer paths, sort paths in a descending order of the 2rd edges' UUIDs

      .e({@transfer} as e).n({@card}) as p
    limit 10
    order by e desc
    return p{*}

    Group By and Order By

    Example: sort all cards in groups by their levels, count the number of cards at each level, return the 3 levels with the most cards and card numbers at these levels

    find().nodes({@card}) as n
    group by n.level as level
    return level, count(n) as total limit 3
    order by total desc
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