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This is the documentation page for Module:CargoQuery

This module is taken from Leaguepedia's CargoQuery module.

This module lets you get around the |no html bug that Cargo has by avoiding |format=template. This module implicitly assumed you ARE using named args in your template (corresponding to |named_args=yes; you do not need to specify this.)

Unlike |format=template, this wrapper will NOT rename parameters with underscores in them to use spaces instead.


  • You may specify all parameters the same as if they were parameters in #cargo_query.


This template allows for one-to-many support, allowing you to specify a field to treat equivalently to a List of ... field. Syntax is as follows:

  • |one_to_many=, a list of fields you want concatenated together.
  • |one_to_many_group=, the thing you want our one-to-many values grouped by. UNLIKE the |group by= parameter, this should be the FINAL name of a field, so something on the RIGHT SIDE of the equals sign in your |fields= parameter.
  • |one_to_many_sep=, defaults to comma. Currently you must pick the same separator for all of your one-to-many fields.


 |join on=Teams._pageName=LPC._pageName
 |where=Teams.Region="North America" AND LPC._pageName IS NOT NULL
 |intro={{(!}} class="wikitable"

Here, the one_to_many is a list of players on the team in question. For each ONE team, there are MANY players, so the field IDs that's sent to the template is a comma-separated list of players, grouped by team page.

Compound Queries

You can also run compound queries using compound. It has the same syntax as #cargo_compound_query but with a few exceptions:

  • default for each individual query is disabled; default must be specified outside as an additional argument, which is then applied if no queries return results.
  • Each query must be numbered as in |1=(query1)|2=(query2)|3=..., etc.
  • Because of how compound query uses ; as a separator, strings with this character cannot be used. This can be worked around by specifying metaseparator to be another symbol, and splitting each query's arguments using that delimiter instead.


;where=F.CookEffect HOLDS 'heat and fire-based' AND F._pageNamespace = '0'
;where=L.CookEffect HOLDS 'simple heat and fire-based' AND L._pageNamespace = '0'
|default=No Results!
|template=favilink page
|delimiter = <br>
|metaseparator = ;