I have a query with a 'BETWEEN' operator and I should have some results. Is there any way to show the actual SQL query made ?

Here is my entity query :

    $query = $this->entity_query->get('node');
    $query->condition('type', 'store');
    $query->condition('status', 1);
    if ($lat_min && $lng_min && is_numeric($lat_min) && is_numeric($lng_min) && $lat_max && $lng_max && is_numeric($lat_max) && is_numeric($lng_max)) {
      $query->condition('field_store_geolocation.lat', [$lat_min, $lat_max], 'BETWEEN');
      $query->condition('field_store_geolocation.lng', [$lng_min, $lng_max], 'BETWEEN');
    $nids = $query->execute();

Of course I made sure that my values were the one expected and I also tried with '<', '>' and with no vars but actual values to make sure nothing was wrong there.

I'm using the 'Geolocation Field' module here.

1 Answer 1


If you use devel module a simple approach for debugging entity query could be use the debug tag (simply add $query->addTag('debug') to your query). Here an example

$query = $this->entity_query->get('node');
$query->condition('status', NODE_PUBLISHED);

And the result

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  • Thanks ! For some reason I had tried that and nothing showed up but I could eventually see it by visiting an other page :-) Thanks a lot !
    – pbonnefoi
    Sep 14, 2016 at 8:18
  • 1
    For the anonymous user it's not working, how can I give the access? May 7, 2018 at 10:33
  • 1
    @RajeshVishwakarma enable devel for anonymous
    – Carlos
    Jun 28, 2018 at 14:59

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