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Given the query fragment:

$query = $connection->select('mytable', 't');
$query->addField('t', 'myfield1', 'myfield1');
$query->addField('t', 'myfield2', 'myfield2');

I need to add a condition like this:

$query->condition('t.myfield1', 't.myfield2', '=');

But it doesn't seem to work. For comparison, I can use:

$query->condition('t.myfield1', 'banana', '=');

... and that works. But it seems comparing two fields to see if they match does not work? I can write this out in straight SQL code and properly query the database in a console, but can't duplicate in Drupal's database API.

What am I doing wrong?

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You must use where(), like this:

$query = \Drupal::database()->select('mytable', 't')
  ->addField('t', 'myfield1', 'myfield1')
  ->addField('t', 'myfield2', 'myfield2')
  ->where('t.myfield1 = t.myfield2');
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  • Thank you! That worked! I could not find that on the documentation - at least not where I looked. :-/ Commented Dec 18, 2019 at 17:23

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