I was left speechless by getting my question flagged for closure as "opinion based" (I can easily imagine by who). Just because I've asked if there are people experiencing the same problem to share their experience (and maybe solution!). I wonder if I have to learn better something about what content can go in a SFSE question or there has been a bit of over-patrolling in this case. Thank you :)
Opinion Based was a little surprising, but I do agree that it should be closed for a different reason:
Too Broad. If you cannot share your query or any other code with us, there are a great number of reasons you might be having trouble, all of which are somewhat speculative. I guess that speculative nature is what led to using the
Opinion Based flag.
It's not a question that really lends itself well to our format here. In general, if you cannot show a concrete, reproducible example of what is going wrong, your question is difficult to apply to a general audience.
If you can show your
WHERE clause with pseudo-fields, I at least will concede that a concrete answer can be provided. Something like:
WHERE TextField__c = 'Some Value' AND Parent__c IN :someCollection AND Datefield__c > TODAY
If you can translate "are you experiencing the same ?" to "Can you reproduce this bug/flaw?" it is probably fine but you want to pay attention to wording it so people know what kind of answer you're expecting.
If questions are more along the lines of "What is your experience with solving this very broad business demand?" it is too broad and opinion prone and the question will get closed.
I hope that provides some insight. After your edits some of us voted to reopen the question :-).