ge( )

Refines a query to match items whose specified property value is greater than or equal to the specified value.


The ge() function refines a PublicPlansQueryBuilder to only match items where the value of the specified property is greater than or equal to the specified value.

It only matches values of the same type. For example, a number value stored as a String type does not match the same number stored as a Number type.

If a property contains a number as a String, that value will be compared alphabetically and not numerically. Items that do not have a value for the specified property are ranked lowest. When sorting, ascending order is: numbers, followed by symbols, and then letters.

The following types of properties can be compared:

  • Number: Compares numerically.
  • Date: Compares JavaScript Date objects.
  • String: Compares lexicographically, so "abc" is greater than or equal to "ABC" (because of the greater than), but "ABC" is not greater than or equal to "abc".


function ge(propertyName: string, value: string | number | Date): PublicPlansQueryBuilder

ge Parameters


The property whose value will be compared with value.

Supported properties:

  • _createdDate
  • _updatedDate
string | number | Date

The value to match against.


A PublicPlansQueryBuilder object representing the refined query.

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Add a "greater than or equals" filter to a query

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1const query = wixPricingPlansBackend.queryPublicPlans().ge("_updatedDate", "2020-04-27T10:00:00.000Z");
Create a query, add a "greater than or equals" filter, and run it

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1import wixPricingPlansBackend from 'wix-pricing-plans-backend';
3// ...
6 .ge("_updatedDate", "2020-04-27T10:00:00.000Z")
7 .find()
8 .then((results) => {
9 if (results.items.length > 0) {
10 const items = results.items;
11 const firstItem = items[0];
12 const totalCount = results.totalCount;
13 const pageSize = results.pageSize;
14 const currentPage = results.currentPage;
15 const totalPages = results.totalPages;
16 const hasNext = results.hasNext();
17 const hasPrev = results.hasPrev();
18 const length = results.length;
19 const query = results.query;
20 } else {
21 // handle case where no matching items found
22 }
23 })
24 .catch((error) => {
25 const queryError = error;
26 });