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findOne()
Quickly find an entity by passing key/value pairs. You can optionally pass an ancestors array or a namespace.
@Returns an gstore entity instance of the Model.
This method accepts the following arguments:
MyModel.findOne(
/* {object}. -- Key/Value pairs to look for */
<propsValues>,
/* {Array} -- optional. ex: ['ParentEntity', 1234 ] */
<ancestors>,
/* {string} -- optional. A specific namespace */
<namespace>,
/* {object}. -- optional. Options for the query */
<options>
)

options

The options argument accepts the following properties:
  • cache (default: the "global" cache configuration) "true" = read from the cache and prime the cache with the query response.
  • ttl (default: the global cache.ttl.queries value) Custom TTL value for the cache. For multi-store it can be an Object of TTL values.
  • readAll (default: false). Return all the properties, even the ones marked as read: false on the Schema.
Example:
const User = require('./user.model');
User.findOne({ email: '[email protected]' })
.then((entity) => {
console.log(entity.plain()); // entityData + id
console.log(entity.firstname)); // 'John'
});
// Disable cache and read all properties
User.findOne({ email: '[email protected]' }, null, null, { cache: false, readAll: true })
.then((entity) => {
console.log(entity.plain()); // entityData + id
console.log(entity.firstname)); // 'John'
});
// Custom TTL for cache
// ttl set to "-1" means to not cache for this store
User.findOne({ email: '[email protected]' }, null, null, { ttl: { memory: -1, redis: 300 } })
.then((entity) => {
console.log(entity.plain()); // entityData + id
console.log(entity.firstname)); // 'John'
});
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