Special property "Query scode"
Holds the status code a query uses to define its internal state
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The Query scode (query status code) property is a special property in Semantic MediaWiki with a built-in meaning: it holds the internal state (using a number as status code) on when an inline query uses the
@deferred query marker to set a special execution mode as well as those reaching the expensive parser functions count limit. Thus it is possible to query for queries with a special execution mode. It is not possible to manually add a value to this special property. See the help page on how to query for queries for more details on how to use this special property. It was introduced with Semantic MediaWiki 3.0.0Released on an unknown date and compatible with MW 1.27.0 - 1.30.x..1
The execution modes that will be set:
100– to identify queries using the
200– to identify queries using the
300– to identify queries reaching the expensive parser functions count limit2
See the property page Query scode to see which pages use this special property on this wiki.
- Help page on special property "Has query"Links a page to the subobject created by a query recording its profile
- Help page on query profiling
- Help page on Querying for queries