How to retrieve a Managed Object in Core Data Fetch Requests
Retrieving Managed Objects is somewhat more complex than creating them, mainly because you can filter what you’re getting back rather than retrieve everything that your store file has to offer.
Let’s first illustrate a basic NSFetchRequest. For the following examples I’m using the iOS Master/Detail template which provides an Entity called Event with a property called timeStamp. I’ve created custom subclasses for this entity. Press the add button a few times so we have some data, then quit the application.
Basic Fetch Request
Here’s how we can retrieve all our values using a basic Fetch Request:This content is for members only.