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April 21st, 2020

@DavidVII Yes, includePendingChanges is true by default.

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This is “correct” because you don’t want it to fault in the properties just for the purpose of sorting, but as far… https://t.co/EHizlw9QDN

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Answer: If you have `includesPropertyValues: false` it *will* sort the results in the database (even w/o fetching t… https://t.co/KQ1FXOVdqh

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@mpweiher Thanks for this great series.

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@tempelorg Yep. I discovered this after a backup I’d deliberately formatted as HFS+ was really slow. Turns out the… https://t.co/QP06hRI1cr

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@altimac I presume that will give you an error? I’m thinking of a case where the sort descriptors can be translated… https://t.co/NezzPgDAH2

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@mattt You are right about managedObjectIDResultType (and that’s documented), but the case I’m thinking of is with… https://t.co/TizOR6YI8c

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@sanguish Yeah, as far as I can tell this specific case was never documented.

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Core Data Trivia: When should you expect your fetched managed objects to *not* be ordered according to the sort descriptors?

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