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Pagina datos con cursores de consulta

Con los cursores de consulta de Cloud Firestore, puedes dividir los datos de una consulta en lotes, de acuerdo con los parámetros que defines en la consulta.

Los cursores de consulta definen los puntos de inicio y finalización para una consulta y te permiten hacer lo siguiente:

  • Mostrar un subconjunto de los datos
  • Paginar los resultados de las consultas

Sin embargo, para definir un rango específico en una consulta, debes usar el método where() que se describe en la sección Consultas simples.

Agrega un cursor simple a una consulta

Usa los métodos startAt() o startAfter() para definir el punto de inicio de una consulta. El método startAt() incluye el punto de inicio, mientras que el método startAfter() lo excluye.

Por ejemplo, si usas startAt(A) en una consulta, se muestra el alfabeto completo. En cambio, si usas startAfter(A), el resultado es B-Z.

Web versión 9

import { query, orderBy, startAt } from "firebase/firestore";

const q = query(citiesRef, orderBy("population"), startAt(1000000));

Web versión 8

citiesRef.orderBy("population").startAt(1000000);
Swift
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// Get all cities with population over one million, ordered by population.
db.collection("cities")
    .order(by: "population")
    .start(at: [1000000])
Objective‑C
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// Get all cities with population over one million, ordered by population.
[[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
    queryOrderedByField:@"population"]
    queryStartingAtValues:@[ @1000000 ]];

Java

// Get all cities with a population >= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .startAt(1000000);

Kotlin+KTX

// 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
})

Python

cities_ref = db.collection("cities")
query_start_at = cities_ref.order_by("population").start_at({"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)

De manera similar, usa los métodos endAt() o endBefore() para definir el punto de finalización de los resultados de la consulta.

Web versión 9

import { query, orderBy, endAt } from "firebase/firestore";

const q = query(citiesRef, orderBy("population"), endAt(1000000));

Web versión 8

citiesRef.orderBy("population").endAt(1000000);
Swift
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// Get all cities with population less than one million, ordered by population.
db.collection("cities")
    .order(by: "population")
    .end(at: [1000000])
Objective‑C
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// Get all cities with population less than one million, ordered by population.
[[[db collectionWithPath:@"cities"]
    queryOrderedByField:@"population"]
    queryEndingAtValues:@[ @1000000 ]];

Java

// Get all cities with a population <= 1,000,000, ordered by population,
db.collection("cities")
        .orderBy("population")
        .endAt(1000000);

Kotlin+KTX

// 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
})

Python

cities_ref = db.collection("cities")
query_end_at = cities_ref.order_by("population").end_at({"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)

Usa la instantánea de un documento para definir el cursor de consulta

También puedes pasar la instantánea de un documento a la cláusula del cursor como punto de inicio o de finalización del cursor de consulta. Los valores de la instantánea del documento sirven como valores del cursor de consulta.

Por ejemplo, toma una instantánea de un documento "San Francisco" en el conjunto de datos de ciudades y poblaciones. A continuación, usa la instantánea del documento como el punto de inicio para el cursor de consulta de población. El resultado de la consulta incluirá todas las ciudades con una población mayor o igual que la de San Francisco, como se define en la instantánea del documento.

Web versión 9

import { collection, doc, getDoc, query, orderBy, startAt } from "firebase/firestore";
const citiesRef = collection(db, "cities");

const docSnap = await getDoc(doc(citiesRef, "SF"));

// Get all cities with a population bigger than San Francisco
const biggerThanSf = query(citiesRef, orderBy("popuation"), startAt(docSnap));
// ...

Web versión 8

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

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

    // ...
});
Swift
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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
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[[[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

// 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

// 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)

Python

doc_ref = db.collection("cities").document("SF")

snapshot = await doc_ref.get()
start_at_snapshot = (
    db.collection("cities").order_by("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('samples/php/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
doc_ref = firestore.doc "#{collection_path}/SF"
snapshot = doc_ref.get
query = cities_ref.order("population").start_at(snapshot)

Pagina una consulta

Para paginar consultas, combina cursores de consulta con el método limit(). Por ejemplo, usa el último documento de un lote como el inicio de un cursor para el siguiente lote.

Web versión 9

import { collection, query, orderBy, startAfter, limit, getDocs } from "firebase/firestore";

// Query the first page of docs
const first = query(collection(db, "cities"), orderBy("population"), limit(25));
const documentSnapshots = await getDocs(first);

// Get the last visible document
const lastVisible = documentSnapshots.docs[documentSnapshots.docs.length-1];
console.log("last", lastVisible);

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

Web versión 8

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

return first.get().then((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
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// 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
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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

// 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

// 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
# ...

Python

cities_ref = db.collection("cities")
first_query = cities_ref.order_by("population").limit(3)

# Get the last document from the results
docs = [d async for d in 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()["population"]

next_query = (
    cities_ref.order_by("population").start_after({"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('samples/php/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 collection_path
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

Establece el cursor en función de varios campos

Si usas un cursor basado en un valor de campo (no en DocumentSnapshot), puedes agregar campos adicionales para que la posición del cursor sea más precisa. Esto es particularmente útil si tu conjunto de datos incluye varios documentos que tienen el mismo valor para el campo del cursor, lo que hace que la posición del cursor sea ambigua. Puedes agregar valores de campo adicionales al cursor para especificar aún más el punto de inicio o de finalización y reducir la ambigüedad.

Por ejemplo, en un conjunto de datos que contiene todas las ciudades llamadas "Springfield" en Estados Unidos, habría varios puntos de inicio para que un conjunto de consultas se inicie en "Springfield":

Ciudades
Nombre Estado
Springfield Massachusetts
Springfield Missouri
Springfield Wisconsin

Para comenzar en una Springfield específica, deberías agregar el estado como una condición secundaria en la cláusula del cursor.

Web versión 9

// Will return all Springfields
import { collection, query, orderBy, startAt } from "firebase/firestore";
const q1 = query(collection(db, "cities"),
   orderBy("name"),
   orderBy("state"),
   startAt("Springfield"));

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
const q2 = query(collection(db, "cities"),
   orderBy("name"),
   orderBy("state"),
   startAt("Springfield", "Missouri"));

Web versión 8

// 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
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// 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
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// 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

// 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

// 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')
    .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'
    })
)

Python

start_at_name = (
    db.collection("cities")
    .order_by("name")
    .order_by("state")
    .start_at({"name": "Springfield"})
)

start_at_name_and_state = (
    db.collection("cities")
    .order_by("name")
    .order_by("state")
    .start_at({"name": "Springfield", "state": "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('samples/php/cities')
    ->orderBy('name')
    ->orderBy('state')
    ->startAt(['Springfield']);

// Will return "Springfield, Missouri" and "Springfield, Wisconsin"
$query2 = $db
    ->collection('samples/php/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(collection_path).order("name").order("state").start_at("Springfield")

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