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Represents an aggregated association value

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@type kind() :: :custom | :avg | :min | :max | :list | :sum | :first | :count
@type t() :: %Ash.Query.Aggregate{
  agg_name: term(),
  authorize?: term(),
  constraints: term(),
  default_value: term(),
  field: term(),
  filterable?: term(),
  implementation: term(),
  kind: term(),
  load: term(),
  name: term(),
  query: term(),
  read_action: term(),
  relationship_path: term(),
  resource: term(),
  type: term(),
  uniq?: term()

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new!(resource, name, kind, opts \\ [])

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new(resource, name, kind, opts \\ [])

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Create a new aggregate, used with Query.aggregate or Api.aggregate


  • :path (list of atom/0) - The relationship path to aggregate over. Only used when adding aggregates to a query.

  • :query (term/0) - A base query to use for the aggregate, or a keyword list to be passed to

  • :field (atom/0) - The field to use for the aggregate. Not necessary for all aggregate types.

  • :default (term/0) - A default value to use for the aggregate if it returns nil.

  • :filterable? (boolean/0) - Wether or not this aggregate may be used in filters.

  • :type (term/0) - A type to use for the aggregate.

  • :constraints (term/0) - Type constraints to use for the aggregate.

  • :implementation (term/0) - The implementation for any custom aggregates.

  • :read_action (atom/0) - The read action to use for the aggregate, defaults to the primary read action.

  • :uniq? (boolean/0) - Wether or not to only consider unique values. Only relevant for count and list aggregates. The default value is false.

  • :authorize? (boolean/0) - Wether or not the aggregate query should authorize based on the target action.
    See Ash.Resource.Dsl.aggregates.count for more information. The default value is true.

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new(resource, name, kind, relationship, query, field, default \\ nil, filterable? \\ true, type \\ nil, constraints \\ [], implementation \\ nil, uniq? \\ false, read_action \\ nil, authorize? \\ true)

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This function is deprecated. Use `new/4` instead..
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requests(initial_query, can_be_in_query?, authorizing?, calculations_in_query, request_path)

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