PapaFinn
PapaFinn
DTDrizzle Team
Created by PapaFinn on 7/10/2024 in #help
Inner joining and left joining the same table (aliased) causes the return type to be never
I'm getting a weird issue where if I make two table aliases for the same table and then inner join one while left joining the other, the return type of my query ends up being never[].
const fromCompany = aliasedTable(company, "fromCompany");
const toServiceArea = aliasedTable(serviceArea, "toServiceArea");
const toCompany = aliasedTable(company, "toCompany");

const data = await db
.select({
leadReferral,
fromCompany,
toServiceArea,
toCompany,
})
.from(leadReferral)
.innerJoin(fromCompany, eq(fromCompany.id, leadReferral.fromCompanyId))
.leftJoin(toServiceArea, eq(toServiceArea.id, leadReferral.toServiceAreaId))
.leftJoin(toCompany, eq(toCompany.id, toServiceArea.companyId));
const fromCompany = aliasedTable(company, "fromCompany");
const toServiceArea = aliasedTable(serviceArea, "toServiceArea");
const toCompany = aliasedTable(company, "toCompany");

const data = await db
.select({
leadReferral,
fromCompany,
toServiceArea,
toCompany,
})
.from(leadReferral)
.innerJoin(fromCompany, eq(fromCompany.id, leadReferral.fromCompanyId))
.leftJoin(toServiceArea, eq(toServiceArea.id, leadReferral.toServiceAreaId))
.leftJoin(toCompany, eq(toCompany.id, toServiceArea.companyId));
Unfortunately the type of data becomes:
const data: never[]
const data: never[]
I've reduced the Company table to the smallest it could possibly be but it makes absolutely no difference:
export const company = mysqlTable(
"Company",
{
id: int("id").primaryKey().autoincrement(),
}
);
export const company = mysqlTable(
"Company",
{
id: int("id").primaryKey().autoincrement(),
}
);
Interestingly, if both joins to the Company table are left joins or if both joins are inner joins, it works fine, but that's not my intended behavior.
// So this works
const data = await db
.select({
leadReferral,
fromCompany,
toServiceArea,
toCompany,
})
.from(leadReferral)
.leftJoin(fromCompany, eq(fromCompany.id, leadReferral.fromCompanyId))
.leftJoin(toServiceArea, eq(toServiceArea.id, leadReferral.toServiceAreaId))
.leftJoin(toCompany, eq(toCompany.id, toServiceArea.companyId));

// And so does this
const data = await db
.select({
leadReferral,
fromCompany,
toServiceArea,
toCompany,
})
.from(leadReferral)
.innerJoin(fromCompany, eq(fromCompany.id, leadReferral.fromCompanyId))
.leftJoin(toServiceArea, eq(toServiceArea.id, leadReferral.toServiceAreaId))
.innerJoin(toCompany, eq(toCompany.id, toServiceArea.companyId));
// So this works
const data = await db
.select({
leadReferral,
fromCompany,
toServiceArea,
toCompany,
})
.from(leadReferral)
.leftJoin(fromCompany, eq(fromCompany.id, leadReferral.fromCompanyId))
.leftJoin(toServiceArea, eq(toServiceArea.id, leadReferral.toServiceAreaId))
.leftJoin(toCompany, eq(toCompany.id, toServiceArea.companyId));

// And so does this
const data = await db
.select({
leadReferral,
fromCompany,
toServiceArea,
toCompany,
})
.from(leadReferral)
.innerJoin(fromCompany, eq(fromCompany.id, leadReferral.fromCompanyId))
.leftJoin(toServiceArea, eq(toServiceArea.id, leadReferral.toServiceAreaId))
.innerJoin(toCompany, eq(toCompany.id, toServiceArea.companyId));
What am I missing here? 🤔
4 replies
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DTDrizzle Team
Created by PapaFinn on 4/27/2023 in #help
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