infiniteQuery always undefined cursor

Hey there ! I'm struggling a bit to understand who the useInfiniteQuery is supposed to work with React. I have a route fetching logs defnied like so: On the server:
export const execTaskGetLogs = webProcedure
.input(
z.object({
execTaskId: z.string().nonempty(),
debug: z.boolean().optional(),
cursor: z.string().nullish(),
})
)
.query(async ({ ctx, input: { execTaskId, debug, cursor } }) => {
...
console.log('getLogs input: ', { execTaskId, debug, cursor })
return { logs: [...], nextCursor: `<my-cursor>` }
}
export const execTaskGetLogs = webProcedure
.input(
z.object({
execTaskId: z.string().nonempty(),
debug: z.boolean().optional(),
cursor: z.string().nullish(),
})
)
.query(async ({ ctx, input: { execTaskId, debug, cursor } }) => {
...
console.log('getLogs input: ', { execTaskId, debug, cursor })
return { logs: [...], nextCursor: `<my-cursor>` }
}
On react I use it like so:
const liveLogsQuery = trpc.execTask.getLogs.useInfiniteQuery(
{
execTaskId: execTaskResult.execTask.id,
debug: execTaskResult.isAdmin,
},
{
keepPreviousData: true,
getNextPageParam: (lastPage) => {
console.log('getNextPageParams: ', lastPage)
return lastPage.nextCursor
},
refetchInterval: 3000,
}
)
const liveLogsQuery = trpc.execTask.getLogs.useInfiniteQuery(
{
execTaskId: execTaskResult.execTask.id,
debug: execTaskResult.isAdmin,
},
{
keepPreviousData: true,
getNextPageParam: (lastPage) => {
console.log('getNextPageParams: ', lastPage)
return lastPage.nextCursor
},
refetchInterval: 3000,
}
)
What I'm trying to achieve is: 1. Fetch new logs if there is new logs to fetch every 3000 milisec 2. Stop to try if lastPage.nextCursor is undefined at some point My issue is that on server side, my "cursor" parameter always stay "undefined":
🟩 WEB [query: execTask.getLogs]
getLogs input: {
execTaskId: 'clj7bs90q001ayu4ix356rtll',
debug: false,
cursor: undefined
}
🟩 WEB [query: execTask.getLogs]
getLogs input: {
execTaskId: 'clj7bs90q001ayu4ix356rtll',
debug: false,
cursor: undefined
}
🟩 WEB [query: execTask.getLogs]
getLogs input: {
execTaskId: 'clj7bs90q001ayu4ix356rtll',
debug: false,
cursor: undefined
}
🟩 WEB [query: execTask.getLogs]
getLogs input: {
execTaskId: 'clj7bs90q001ayu4ix356rtll',
debug: false,
cursor: undefined
}
I must be missing something.
avallete
avalleteβ€’332d ago
Pretty sure this is not the right solution, but as a workaround I did that:
const liveLogsQuery = trpc.execTask.getLogs.useInfiniteQuery(
{
execTaskId: execTaskResult.execTask.id,
debug: execTaskResult.isAdmin,
},
{
getNextPageParam: (lastPage) => lastPage.nextCursor,
}
)

React.useEffect(() => {
const interval = setInterval(() => {
if (liveLogsQuery.hasNextPage && tailLog) {
liveLogsQuery.fetchNextPage()
}
}, 3000)
return () => {
clearInterval(interval)
}
}, [liveLogsQuery.fetchNextPage, liveLogsQuery.hasNextPage, tailLog])
const liveLogsQuery = trpc.execTask.getLogs.useInfiniteQuery(
{
execTaskId: execTaskResult.execTask.id,
debug: execTaskResult.isAdmin,
},
{
getNextPageParam: (lastPage) => lastPage.nextCursor,
}
)

React.useEffect(() => {
const interval = setInterval(() => {
if (liveLogsQuery.hasNextPage && tailLog) {
liveLogsQuery.fetchNextPage()
}
}, 3000)
return () => {
clearInterval(interval)
}
}, [liveLogsQuery.fetchNextPage, liveLogsQuery.hasNextPage, tailLog])