Category : node.js

I’m using Sequelize as my main ORM, sequelize client is creating in /models/index.js file of a project and uses environmental variables from .env file: import { Sequelize } from ‘sequelize’; const { DATABASE_DIALECT, DATABASE_HOST, DATABASE_PORT, DATABASE_USER_NAME, DATABASE_USER_PASSWORD, DATABASE_NAME } = process.env; console.log("MODEL LOADING") const sequelize = new Sequelize(DATABASE_NAME as string, DATABASE_USER_NAME as string, DATABASE_USER_PASSWORD as ..

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The following code didn’t generate desired results: import axios from ‘axios’ import qs from ‘qs’ var data = qs.stringify({ ‘account’: ‘xxxxxxxx’, ‘pwd’: ‘xxxxxxx’, }); var config = { method: ‘post’, url: ‘http://example.com/doLogin’, headers: { "Content-Type": "application/x-www-form-urlencoded", }, withCredentials: true, data: data }; axios(config).then(function (response) { console.log(response); }) I printed out axios response json and noticed ..

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I am struggling with an API-call, since my response object is always undefined. Every console.log(res) returns undefined. This wouldn’t be a problem, but I need to call res.json() to send to front-end. Unfortunately, I can’t call send() on an undefined object. Here is my API call, I added some comments to explain. router.route("/run").post((req: any, res: ..

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