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accessing a private subquery in sequelize
Let’s say I have a User table and a Task table
user.userId = 1
user.status = 1
task.taskId = 1
task.userId = 1
task.status = 1
and I want to find all tasks that are completed by a specific user, let’s say user.userId = 1
I can do this in SQL as
from task t, user u
where t.userId = u.userId and t.status = 1
and u.userId = 1
I’m having trouble doing this in Sequelize. Here is what I have so far. I can’t figure out how to get the subquery to return the correct values
and of course, when I use them in production, they fail because req.user is undefined.
How do I access the user table in the where clause of the Task model?
The correct query (in Sequelize) would be
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Match Text Width:
Maintain consistent text width across drawings and drawings sets. Text width is a critical sizing aspect of drawings and drawings sets. Add a static text width setting that appears in the Drawing & Annotation Preferences dialog box. (video: 1:13 min.)
Automatically Take Shapes:
Automatically select the shape you’re drawing and leave the current shape. Start a new drawing and instantly draw in any shape you want. (video: 1:21 min.)
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Keep the position window on top of other windows, even if a drawing is in full-screen mode. The drawing and position window always appears at the top of the screen. (video: 1:12 min.)
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