Daten mit Abfrage-Cursors paginieren

Mit Abfrage-Cursors in Firestore können Sie die von einer Abfrage zurückgegebenen Daten in Batches aufteilen. Die Parameter für die Aufteilung definieren Sie in der Abfrage.

Abfrage-Cursors legen Start- und Endpunkte für eine Abfrage fest. Damit können Sie Folgendes ausführen:

  • Eine Teilmenge der Daten zurückgeben
  • Abfrageergebnisse paginieren

Wenn Sie allerdings einen bestimmten Bereich für eine Abfrage definieren möchten, empfehlen wir die Verwendung der unter Einfache Abfragen beschriebenen Methode where().

Einer Abfrage einen einfachen Cursor hinzufügen

Definieren Sie mit der Methode startAt() oder startAfter() den Startpunkt für eine Abfrage. Die Methode startAt() schließt den Startpunkt mit ein, während die Methode startAfter() ihn ausschließt.

Wenn Sie beispielsweise startAt(A) in einer Abfrage verwenden, wird das gesamte Alphabet zurückgegeben. Wenn Sie stattdessen startAfter(A) verwenden, wird B-Z zurückgegeben.

Web
citiesRef.orderBy("population").startAt(1000000)
Swift
// Get all cities with population over one million, ordered by population.
db.collection("cities")
    .order(by: "population")
    .start(at: [1000000])
Objective-C
// Get all cities with population over one million, ordered by population.
[[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
    queryOrderedByField:@"population"]
    queryStartingAtValues:@[ @1000000 ]];
  
Java
Android
// Get all cities with a population >= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .startAt(1000000);
Kotlin+KTX
Android
// Get all cities with a population >= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .startAt(1000000)
Java
Query query = cities.orderBy("population").startAt(4921000L);
Python
cities_ref = db.collection(u'cities')
query_start_at = cities_ref.order_by(u'population').start_at({
    u'population': 1000000
})
C++
// Get all cities with a population >= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db->Collection("cities")
    .OrderBy("population")
    .StartAt({FieldValue::Integer(1000000)});
  
Node.js
const startAtRes = await db.collection('cities')
  .orderBy('population')
  .startAt(1000000)
  .get();
Go
query := client.Collection("cities").OrderBy("population", firestore.Asc).StartAt(1000000)
PHP
$query = $citiesRef
    ->orderBy('population')
    ->startAt([1000000]);
Unity
Query query = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").StartAt(1000000);
C#
Query query = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").StartAt(1000000);
Ruby
query = cities_ref.order("population").start_at(1_000_000)

Entsprechend können Sie mit der Methode endAt() oder endBefore() einen Endpunkt für Ihre Abfrageergebnisse definieren.

Web
citiesRef.orderBy("population").endAt(1000000)
Swift
// Get all cities with population less than one million, ordered by population.
db.collection("cities")
    .order(by: "population")
    .end(at: [1000000])
Objective-C
// Get all cities with population less than one million, ordered by population.
[[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
    queryOrderedByField:@"population"]
    queryEndingAtValues:@[ @1000000 ]];
  
Java
Android
// Get all cities with a population <= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .endAt(1000000);
Kotlin+KTX
Android
// Get all cities with a population <= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .endAt(1000000)
Java
Query query = cities.orderBy("population").endAt(4921000L);
Python
cities_ref = db.collection(u'cities')
query_end_at = cities_ref.order_by(u'population').end_at({
    u'population': 1000000
})
C++
// Get all cities with a population <= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db->Collection("cities")
    .OrderBy("population")
    .EndAt({FieldValue::Integer(1000000)});
  
Node.js
const endAtRes = await db.collection('cities')
  .orderBy('population')
  .endAt(1000000)
  .get();
Go
query := client.Collection("cities").OrderBy("population", firestore.Asc).EndAt(1000000)
PHP
$query = $citiesRef
    ->orderBy('population')
    ->endAt([1000000]);
Unity
Query query = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").EndAt(1000000);
C#
Query query = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").EndAt(1000000);
Ruby
query = cities_ref.order("population").end_at(1_000_000)

Den Abfrage-Cursor mithilfe eines Dokument-Snapshots definieren

Sie können auch einen Dokument-Snapshot als Start- oder Endpunkt des Abfrage-Cursors an die Cursor-Klausel übergeben. Die Werte im Dokument-Snapshot dienen als Werte im Abfrage-Cursor.

Erstellen Sie beispielsweise einen Snapshot eines Dokuments "San Francisco" in Ihrem Dataset mit Städten und Einwohnerzahlen. Verwenden Sie dann diesen Dokument-Snapshot als Startpunkt für den Bevölkerungs-Abfrage-Cursor. Ihre Abfrage gibt alle Städte mit einer Einwohnerzahl größer oder gleich der San Franciscos zurück, wie im Dokument-Snapshot definiert.

Web
var citiesRef = db.collection("cities");

return citiesRef.doc("SF").get().then(function(doc) {
    // Get all cities with a population bigger than San Francisco
    var biggerThanSf = citiesRef
        .orderBy("population")
        .startAt(doc);

    // ...
});
Swift
db.collection("cities")
    .document("SF")
    .addSnapshotListener { (document, error) in
        guard let document = document else {
            print("Error retreving cities: \(error.debugDescription)")
            return
        }

        // Get all cities with a population greater than or equal to San Francisco.
        let sfSizeOrBigger = db.collection("cities")
            .order(by: "population")
            .start(atDocument: document)
}
Objective-C
[[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"] documentWithPath:@"SF"]
    addSnapshotListener:^(FIRDocumentSnapshot *snapshot, NSError *error) {
      if (snapshot == nil) {
        NSLog(@"Error retreiving cities: %@", error);
        return;
      }
      // Get all cities with a population greater than or equal to San Francisco.
      FIRQuery *sfSizeOrBigger = [[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
          queryOrderedByField:@"population"]
          queryStartingAtDocument:snapshot];
    }];
  
Java
Android
// Get the data for "San Francisco"
db.collection("cities").document("SF")
        .get()
        .addOnSuccessListener(new OnSuccessListener<DocumentSnapshot>() {
            @Override
            public void onSuccess(DocumentSnapshot documentSnapshot) {
                // Get all cities with a population bigger than San Francisco.
                Query biggerThanSf = db.collection("cities")
                        .orderBy("population")
                        .startAt(documentSnapshot);

                // ...
            }
        });
Kotlin+KTX
Android
// Get the data for "San Francisco"
db.collection("cities").document("SF")
        .get()
        .addOnSuccessListener { documentSnapshot ->
            // Get all cities with a population bigger than San Francisco.
            val biggerThanSf = db.collection("cities")
                    .orderBy("population")
                    .startAt(documentSnapshot)

            // ...
        }
Java
// Fetch the snapshot with an API call, waiting for a maximum of 30 seconds for a result.
ApiFuture<DocumentSnapshot> future = db.collection("cities").document("SF").get();
DocumentSnapshot snapshot = future.get(30, TimeUnit.SECONDS);

// Construct the query
Query query = db.collection("cities").orderBy("population").startAt(snapshot);
Python
doc_ref = db.collection(u'cities').document(u'SF')

snapshot = doc_ref.get()
start_at_snapshot = db.collection(
    u'cities').order_by(u'population').start_at(snapshot)
C++
db->Collection("cities").Document("SF").Get().OnCompletion(
    [db](const Future<DocumentSnapshot>& future) {
      if (future.error() == Error::kErrorOk) {
        const DocumentSnapshot& document_snapshot = *future.result();
        Query bigger_than_sf = db->Collection("cities")
                                   .OrderBy("population")
                                   .StartAt({document_snapshot});
        // ...
      }
    });
  
Node.js
const docRef = db.collection('cities').doc('SF');
const snapshot = await docRef.get();
const startAtSnapshot = db.collection('cities')
  .orderBy('population')
  .startAt(snapshot);

await startAtSnapshot.limit(10).get();
Go
cities := client.Collection("cities")
dsnap, err := cities.Doc("SF").Get(ctx)
if err != nil {
	fmt.Println(err)
}
query := cities.OrderBy("population", firestore.Asc).StartAt(dsnap.Data()["population"]).Documents(ctx)
PHP
$citiesRef = $db->collection('cities');
$docRef = $citiesRef->document('SF');
$snapshot = $docRef->snapshot();

$query = $citiesRef
    ->orderBy('population')
    ->startAt($snapshot);
Unity
CollectionReference citiesRef = db.Collection("cities");
DocumentReference docRef = citiesRef.Document("SF");
docRef.GetSnapshotAsync().ContinueWith((snapshotTask) =>
{
    Query query = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").StartAt(snapshotTask.Result);
});
C#
CollectionReference citiesRef = db.Collection("cities");
DocumentReference docRef = citiesRef.Document("SF");
DocumentSnapshot snapshot = await docRef.GetSnapshotAsync();
Query query = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").StartAt(snapshot);
Ruby
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Abfragen paginieren

Durch Kombinieren von Abfrage-Cursors mit der limit()-Methode können Sie Abfragen paginieren. Verwenden Sie beispielsweise das letzte Dokument in einem Batch als Startpunkt eines Cursors für den nächsten Batch.

Web
var first = db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .limit(25);

return first.get().then(function (documentSnapshots) {
  // Get the last visible document
  var lastVisible = documentSnapshots.docs[documentSnapshots.docs.length-1];
  console.log("last", lastVisible);

  // Construct a new query starting at this document,
  // get the next 25 cities.
  var next = db.collection("cities")
          .orderBy("population")
          .startAfter(lastVisible)
          .limit(25);
});
Swift
// Construct query for first 25 cities, ordered by population
let first = db.collection("cities")
    .order(by: "population")
    .limit(to: 25)

first.addSnapshotListener { (snapshot, error) in
    guard let snapshot = snapshot else {
        print("Error retreving cities: \(error.debugDescription)")
        return
    }

    guard let lastSnapshot = snapshot.documents.last else {
        // The collection is empty.
        return
    }

    // Construct a new query starting after this document,
    // retrieving the next 25 cities.
    let next = db.collection("cities")
        .order(by: "population")
        .start(afterDocument: lastSnapshot)

    // Use the query for pagination.
    // ...
}
Objective-C
FIRQuery *first = [[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
    queryOrderedByField:@"population"]
    queryLimitedTo:25];
[first addSnapshotListener:^(FIRQuerySnapshot *snapshot, NSError *error) {
  if (snapshot == nil) {
    NSLog(@"Error retreiving cities: %@", error);
    return;
  }
  if (snapshot.documents.count == 0) { return; }
  FIRDocumentSnapshot *lastSnapshot = snapshot.documents.lastObject;

  // Construct a new query starting after this document,
  // retreiving the next 25 cities.
  FIRQuery *next = [[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
      queryOrderedByField:@"population"]
      queryStartingAfterDocument:lastSnapshot];
  // Use the query for pagination.
  // ...
}];
  
Java
Android
// Construct query for first 25 cities, ordered by population
Query first = db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .limit(25);

first.get()
    .addOnSuccessListener(new OnSuccessListener<QuerySnapshot>() {
        @Override
        public void onSuccess(QuerySnapshot documentSnapshots) {
            // ...

            // Get the last visible document
            DocumentSnapshot lastVisible = documentSnapshots.getDocuments()
                    .get(documentSnapshots.size() -1);

            // Construct a new query starting at this document,
            // get the next 25 cities.
            Query next = db.collection("cities")
                    .orderBy("population")
                    .startAfter(lastVisible)
                    .limit(25);

            // Use the query for pagination
            // ...
        }
    });
Kotlin+KTX
Android
// Construct query for first 25 cities, ordered by population
val first = db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .limit(25)

first.get()
        .addOnSuccessListener { documentSnapshots ->
            // ...

            // Get the last visible document
            val lastVisible = documentSnapshots.documents[documentSnapshots.size() - 1]

            // Construct a new query starting at this document,
            // get the next 25 cities.
            val next = db.collection("cities")
                    .orderBy("population")
                    .startAfter(lastVisible)
                    .limit(25)

            // Use the query for pagination
            // ...
        }
Java
// Construct query for first 25 cities, ordered by population.
CollectionReference cities = db.collection("cities");
Query firstPage = cities.orderBy("population").limit(25);

// Wait for the results of the API call, waiting for a maximum of 30 seconds for a result.
ApiFuture<QuerySnapshot> future = firstPage.get();
List<QueryDocumentSnapshot> docs = future.get(30, TimeUnit.SECONDS).getDocuments();

// Construct query for the next 25 cities.
QueryDocumentSnapshot lastDoc = docs.get(docs.size() - 1);
Query secondPage = cities.orderBy("population").startAfter(lastDoc).limit(25);

future = secondPage.get();
docs = future.get(30, TimeUnit.SECONDS).getDocuments();
Python
cities_ref = db.collection(u'cities')
first_query = cities_ref.order_by(u'population').limit(3)

# Get the last document from the results
docs = first_query.stream()
last_doc = list(docs)[-1]

# Construct a new query starting at this document
# Note: this will not have the desired effect if
# multiple cities have the exact same population value
last_pop = last_doc.to_dict()[u'population']

next_query = (
    cities_ref
    .order_by(u'population')
    .start_after({
        u'population': last_pop
    })
    .limit(3)
)
# Use the query for pagination
# ...
C++
// Construct query for first 25 cities, ordered by population
Query first = db->Collection("cities").OrderBy("population").Limit(25);

first.Get().OnCompletion([db](const Future<QuerySnapshot>& future) {
  if (future.error() != Error::kErrorOk) {
    // Handle error...
    return;
  }

  // Get the last visible document
  const QuerySnapshot& document_snapshots = *future.result();
  std::vector<DocumentSnapshot> documents = document_snapshots.documents();
  const DocumentSnapshot& last_visible = documents.back();

  // Construct a new query starting at this document,
  // get the next 25 cities.
  Query next = db->Collection("cities")
                   .OrderBy("population")
                   .StartAfter(last_visible)
                   .Limit(25);

  // Use the query for pagination
  // ...
});
  
Node.js
const first = db.collection('cities')
  .orderBy('population')
  .limit(3);

const snapshot = await first.get();

// Get the last document
const last = snapshot.docs[snapshot.docs.length - 1];

// Construct a new query starting at this document.
// Note: this will not have the desired effect if multiple
// cities have the exact same population value.
const next = db.collection('cities')
  .orderBy('population')
  .startAfter(last.data().population)
  .limit(3);

// Use the query for pagination
// ...
Go
cities := client.Collection("cities")

// Get the first 25 cities, ordered by population.
firstPage := cities.OrderBy("population", firestore.Asc).Limit(25).Documents(ctx)
docs, err := firstPage.GetAll()
if err != nil {
	return err
}

// Get the last document.
lastDoc := docs[len(docs)-1]

// Construct a new query to get the next 25 cities.
secondPage := cities.OrderBy("population", firestore.Asc).
	StartAfter(lastDoc.Data()["population"]).
	Limit(25)

// ...
PHP
$citiesRef = $db->collection('cities');
$firstQuery = $citiesRef->orderBy('population')->limit(3);

# Get the last document from the results
$documents = $firstQuery->documents();
$lastPopulation = 0;
foreach ($documents as $document) {
    $lastPopulation = $document['population'];
}

# Construct a new query starting at this document
# Note: this will not have the desired effect if multiple cities have the exact same population value
$nextQuery = $citiesRef->orderBy('population')->startAfter([$lastPopulation]);
$snapshot = $nextQuery->documents();
Unity
CollectionReference citiesRef = db.Collection("cities");
Query firstQuery = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").Limit(3);

// Get the last document from the results
firstQuery.GetSnapshotAsync().ContinueWith((querySnapshotTask) =>
{
    long lastPopulation = 0;
    foreach (DocumentSnapshot documentSnapshot in querySnapshotTask.Result.Documents)
    {
        lastPopulation = documentSnapshot.GetValue<long>("Population");
    }

    // Construct a new query starting at this document.
    // Note: this will not have the desired effect if multiple cities have the exact same population value
    Query secondQuery = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").StartAfter(lastPopulation);
    Task<QuerySnapshot> secondQuerySnapshot = secondQuery.GetSnapshotAsync();
C#
CollectionReference citiesRef = db.Collection("cities");
Query firstQuery = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").Limit(3);

// Get the last document from the results
QuerySnapshot querySnapshot = await firstQuery.GetSnapshotAsync();
long lastPopulation = 0;
foreach (DocumentSnapshot documentSnapshot in querySnapshot.Documents)
{
    lastPopulation = documentSnapshot.GetValue<long>("Population");
}

// Construct a new query starting at this document.
// Note: this will not have the desired effect if multiple cities have the exact same population value
Query secondQuery = citiesRef.OrderBy("Population").StartAfter(lastPopulation);
QuerySnapshot secondQuerySnapshot = await secondQuery.GetSnapshotAsync();
Ruby
cities_ref  = firestore.col "cities"
first_query = cities_ref.order("population").limit(3)

# Get the last document from the results.
last_population = 0
first_query.get do |city|
  last_population = city.data[:population]
end

# Construct a new query starting at this document.
# Note: this will not have the desired effect if multiple cities have the exact same population value.
second_query = cities_ref.order("population").start_after(last_population)
second_query.get do |city|
  puts "Document #{city.document_id} returned by paginated query cursor."
end

Cursor auf Basis mehrerer Felder setzen

Wenn Sie einen Cursor verwenden, der auf einem Feldwert und nicht auf einem Dokument-Snapshot basiert, können Sie die Cursorposition durch Angabe zusätzlicher Felder präzisieren. Dies ist besonders nützlich, wenn Ihr Dataset mehrere Dokumente enthält, die alle denselben Wert für Ihr Cursorfeld haben, sodass die Position des Cursors mehrdeutig wird. Sie können Ihren Cursor um zusätzliche Feldwerte erweitern, um den Start- oder Endpunkt genauer anzugeben und Mehrdeutigkeiten zu reduzieren.

Beispielsweise gibt es in einem Dataset, das alle Städte mit dem Namen "Springfield" in den USA enthält, mehrere Startpunkte für eine Abfrage, die mit "Springfield" beginnen soll:

Städte
Name Bundesstaat
Springfield Massachusetts
Springfield Missouri
Springfield Wisconsin

Um mit einem bestimmten Springfield-Element zu starten, können Sie den Bundesstaat als sekundäre Bedingung in die Cursor-Klausel aufnehmen.

Web
// Will return all Springfields
db.collection("cities")
   .orderBy("name")
   .orderBy("state")
   .startAt("Springfield")

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
db.collection("cities")
   .orderBy("name")
   .orderBy("state")
   .startAt("Springfield", "Missouri")
Swift
// Will return all Springfields
db.collection("cities")
    .order(by: "name")
    .order(by: "state")
    .start(at: ["Springfield"])

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
db.collection("cities")
    .order(by: "name")
    .order(by: "state")
    .start(at: ["Springfield", "Missouri"])
Objective-C
// Will return all Springfields
[[[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
    queryOrderedByField:@"name"]
    queryOrderedByField:@"state"]
    queryStartingAtValues:@[ @"Springfield" ]];
// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
[[[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
   queryOrderedByField:@"name"]
   queryOrderedByField:@"state"]
   queryStartingAtValues:@[ @"Springfield", @"Missouri" ]];
  
Java
Android
// Will return all Springfields
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("name")
        .orderBy("state")
        .startAt("Springfield");

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("name")
        .orderBy("state")
        .startAt("Springfield", "Missouri");
Kotlin+KTX
Android
// Will return all Springfields
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("name")
        .orderBy("state")
        .startAt("Springfield")

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("name")
        .orderBy("state")
        .startAt("Springfield", "Missouri")
Java
// Will return all Springfields
Query query1 = db.collection("cities").orderBy("name").orderBy("state").startAt("Springfield");

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
Query query2 =
    db.collection("cities").orderBy("name").orderBy("state").startAt("Springfield", "Missouri");
Python
start_at_name = (
    db.collection(u'cities')
    .order_by(u'name')
    .order_by(u'state')
    .start_at({
        u'name': u'Springfield'
    })
)

start_at_name_and_state = (
    db.collection(u'cities')
    .order_by(u'name')
    .order_by(u'state')
    .start_at({
        u'name': u'Springfield',
        u'state': u'Missouri'
    })
)
C++
// This is not yet supported.
Node.js
// Will return all Springfields
const startAtNameRes = await db.collection('cities')
  .orderBy('name')
  .orderBy('state')
  .startAt('Springfield')
  .get();
// Will return 'Springfield, Missouri' and 'Springfield, Wisconsin'
const startAtNameAndStateRes = await db.collection('cities')
  .orderBy('name')
  .orderBy('state')
  .startAt('Springfield', 'Missouri')
  .get();
Go
// Will return all Springfields.
client.Collection("cities").
	OrderBy("name", firestore.Asc).
	OrderBy("state", firestore.Asc).
	StartAt("Springfield")

// Will return Springfields where state comes after Wisconsin.
client.Collection("cities").
	OrderBy("name", firestore.Asc).
	OrderBy("state", firestore.Asc).
	StartAt("Springfield", "Wisconsin")
PHP
// Will return all Springfields
$query1 = $db
    ->collection('cities')
    ->orderBy('name')
    ->orderBy('state')
    ->startAt(['Springfield']);

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
$query2 = $db
    ->collection('cities')
    ->orderBy('name')
    ->orderBy('state')
    ->startAt(['Springfield', 'Missouri']);
Unity
Query query1 = db.Collection("cities").OrderBy("Name").OrderBy("State").StartAt("Springfield");
Query query2 = db.Collection("cities").OrderBy("Name").OrderBy("State").StartAt("Springfield", "Missouri");
C#
Query query1 = db.Collection("cities").OrderBy("Name").OrderBy("State").StartAt("Springfield");
Query query2 = db.Collection("cities").OrderBy("Name").OrderBy("State").StartAt("Springfield", "Missouri");
Ruby
# Will return all Springfields
query1 = firestore.col("cities").order("name").order("state").start_at("Springfield")

# Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
query2 = firestore.col("cities").order("name").order("state").start_at(["Springfield", "Missouri"])